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How to Collaborate on Writing

Author: Vera Koester

04 May 2020 – Possibilities of working together on a text online and in real-time

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How to Write Better Science Papers

Author: ChemistryViews.org

07 November 2017 – Explaining scientific principles in simple and understandable language is a valuable skill: The video gives first tips

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Basic Tips: Write Better Research Papers

Author: ChemViews Magazine

11 January 2017 – Figurative summary on main tips to improve your writing

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Chemistry Databases

Author: ChemistryViews.org

01 November 2016 – A collection of useful subject-specific information resources for chemists and other scientists

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Career: As A Chemist Working As Freelance Writer

Author: Nancy McGuire, Vera Koester

02 August 2016 – Dr. Nancy McGuire talks about how she came to work as a freelance writer and editor

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Tips for Writing Better Science Papers: Conclusions (6b)

Author: Richard Threlfall

05 January 2016 – The conclusion may well be the last part of your paper that a referee reads, so how do you end on a convincing note?

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Writing Science Well

Author: Vera Koester

07 April 2015 – Dr. Andrew Moore talks about successful communication, how to attract reader attention and what got him interested in writing

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12 Tips for Referees

Author: ChemistryViews.org (image: © Wonderlab Comic)

24 February 2015 – An Editor’s guide to peer review best practice

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Career: As a Chemist in An Editorial Office

Author: Antonia Niedobitek

16 October 2014 – Dr. Richard Threlfall talks about how he came to work in an editorial office and why diplomacy is an important skill for his work

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After Acceptance: How to Turn Your Research into Cover Art

Author: Richard Threlfall

03 December 2013 – The hard work is finally complete: Your manuscript is accepted and it’s time to inject a little fun by making a cover picture for your chosen journal

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