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COURSE FULL

Course Aim

This course will help participants to:

  1. Structure their transfer report according to standard scientific principles.
  2. Write clearly, concisely, and accurately about their research.
  3. Adopt an appropriate English style for their transfer report.
  4. Proofread their report for correctness and consistency.

Course Content

  1. Planning your report - the key sections; adapting the structure to different kinds of research.
  2. Principles of effective writing - sentences, paragraphs, and words.
  3. Refining your style - how to be formal without being elaborate.
  4. Proofreading techniques, common errors of scientific English.

Course length

1 day

Number of participants

20

Terms and Conditions

Please read the Terms and Conditions for course booking and attendance.

*** NEW COURSES ***

Experimental Design: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - 6 March 2019

When science goes bad - A look at Scientific misconduct (and how to avoid it) - TBC

An Introduction to Cytometry: Practical and analytical skills for Flow and Mass Cytometry (CyTOF) - TBC

Designing Reproducible research: Clinical Science - TBC

 

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