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Unadulterated Academic Enthusiasm

Research papers are usually stodgy affairs, full of passive voice and a total lack of personal pronouns. It’s the style, and it’s almost always painfully unreadable, so we all read abstract, captions, and conclusions, and just skim the rest unless … Continue reading

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Science Writing

At the 2010 American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco, Robert Irion ran a workshop on science writing. His list of recommended reading includes: Earth Discovery News Science News A Field Guide for Science Writing On Writing Well To that, … Continue reading

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