Scientificcommunicationgeneraloverview

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Unformatted text preview: Scientific Communication Oswald Van Cleemput Faculty of Bioscience Engineering Ghent University Belgium Oswald.Vancleemput@Ugent.be http://www.isofys.UGent.be Content 1. Introduction 2. Scientific versus popular science writing 3. General information on science writing 4. Writing structure 5. A good paper ? 6. Poster 7. General suggestions for oral presentations 8. (Literature) review 9. Abstract 10. Group communication 11. Proposal 12. Other items 13. Nice to cite ... 14. Suggested readings 1. INTRODUCTION Why publishing ? Why publishing ? Ph.D. Degree?? Get funding ? Get promotion? ?????? NO !! Editors, reviewers and the research community NO !! Editors, reviewers and the research community dont care about these reasons dont care about these reasons S c ie nc e de ve lo pm e nt Know the existing knowledge reading/reviewing Develop research present data upgrade/increase existing knowledge reading/reviewing To Be Read/To Be Heard/To Be Seen Know the target public Proper channel journal/bulletin/audience Proper language Research marketting Communication . Is an essential part of working in the field of sciences, in the industry, in conditions of any transfer of knowledge. It is vital for science to progress It is vital for your own career Research marketting Communication of science is as important to the scientific process as the design and conduct of the experiment itself !!!!!!!!! Research without marketting Bar without beer river without water zoo without animals meeting without people 2. SCIENTIFIC VERSUS POPULAR SCIENCE WRITING C o m m unic a tio n a ve nue s Research communications o research journals o research reviews o conference papers o theses o book chapters o annual reports o newsletters o project proposals o lectures o leaflets o posters Extension and popular communications o extension manuals o newspaper reports o magazine articles o radio broadcasts o films and video o audiovisual shows o practical demonstrations o cartoons o photographs Written Verbal Types of written Communications Example o Transmittal of document o Annual summary o Recommendation o Instrumentation o Exercise/duties o Summary for ley audience o Journal article Document o Memo o Report o Letter o Manual o Description o Popular article o Scientific paper Scientific versus popular science writing Scientific paper Popular science article Different target group Different organization Different language, layout New knowledge Enables others to repeat Logical and clear IMRAD Technical terms Tables, figures References Knowledge review Arouse interest Teach:Influence the reader Illustrations as tool to read and understand Examples Scientific versus popular science writing...
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