Make Your Research Portfolio or Website Stand Out

Aimee Edgeworth

Vrinda Nair offers a thread of tips (and visual references) to help your research portfolio look professional and polished.

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A Recipe Gone Haywire (ARGH)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Do you like pesto and peanut butter but dislike acronyms? If so read on this post is for you!

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Ask Twitter: Best Tools for Collecting Articles

Aimee Edgeworth

Academic Twitter shares favorite tools for collecting articles relevant to your research field.

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Your Next Grant in Bloom

The Edge for Scholars

Write more persuasive grants that earn better scores. Starts July 11, 2022.

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Make It About the Science

David Calkins, PhD

By keeping referencing about the science rather than the scientists, navigating peer review becomes a bit less treacherous.

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Don't Wait Until You're Motivated to Write. Take Small Actions!

Evelyne Deplazes, PhD

Take some (small) action. Maybe forgetting about that manuscript is the best way to get that manuscript written :) 

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Your June Grant in Bloom

The Edge for Scholars

Join the Edge for Scholars Online Grant Writing Workshop for 12 weeks of free guided training starting March 14.

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Writing Science in Plain English: Clarity Rules

Rebecca Helton, MA

If you only read one book on science writing, make it this one.

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Helping Students Find the Focus of Their Manuscript

Evelyne Deplazes, PhD

Writing a paper is hard. Here I share my approach to help students plan their analyses and papers.

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The Guiding Principle in Scientific Writing

Crystal Herron, PhD

Scientific writing is based on a number of principles. But they are all led by one guiding principle: make the reader’s job easy.

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