This collection features helpful posts on a wide range of topics, from academic writing and reviewing to data visualisation and statistical analysis.
A ‘behind the scenes’ look at Development presents…
Posted by Alex Eve, on 16 June 2022We are currently asking for feedback on our Development presents… webinar series and invite you to complete a short survey using the button below. The survey will close on Wednesday …
Tricks for concise scientific writing #wordcountchop
Posted by Alex Eve, on 18 March 2022Often in scientific writing, we are up against strict limits, whether it be the number of words for a conference abstract, the number of pages for a grant proposal or …
Scientific conferences: networking for introverts
Posted by Alex Eve, on 23 February 2022As lockdowns ease and the prospect of attending a conference in person rises on the horizon, it might be time to take stock of what conferences offer that virtual meetings …
A bad day for the angel on my shoulder: Practical advice for grant writing from the #devbiolwriteclub and #devbiolgrantclub
Posted by John Wallingford, on 11 July 2021Hello! Welcome back to the #devbiolwriteclub! Over the last year or so, I’ve harangued you on Twitter and on The Node about practicing the craft of writing. I’ve ignored any …
#DevBiolWriteClub, Post #4
Posted by John Wallingford, on 24 April 2021When I wrote the #DevBiolWriteClub rules, I made Rule #2 simply restate Rule #1. This, of course, was a cheap ploy by the author to make the reader compare him …
#DevBiolWriteClub, Post #3
Posted by John Wallingford, on 22 December 2020John Wallingford returns for another Developmental Biology Write Club – this time featuring his favourite books about writing
How to make colour blind friendly palettes, from regular contributor Jochim Goedhart.
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