Write Well and Prosper - Science Writing Tips

February 2, 2012

A hand making the Vulcan sign

“Live long and prosper” was easy for Captain Spock, but as a non-Vulcan, you have limited control over your longevity. Besides, the Vulcan salute is really hard. One thing you can control is your writing! As a scientist, technical writing skills are vital at any career stage and polishing those skills will heighten the level of your work. Dr. Kristin Sainani, of Stanford University, provides expert guidance that will get your work recognized. “Write well and prosper” …Spock would be proud!

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What You Will Learn

  • Unclutter your writing
  • Engage your reader
  • Organize your manuscript

The Fine Print

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Experts

Kristin Sainani
Stanford University

David Harwell
ACS Industry Member Programs