How to Become a Science Writer: 8 Tips to Guide You
How To Guide Nov 30, 2018 | by Masha G. Savelieff, PhD, SciGency
Becoming a science writer is a dream many bench-scientists can relate and aspire to. Although a daunting prospect for many, there is a growing trend of scientists downing their lab coats and venturing into the exciting and dynamic role of becoming a full-time science writer.
Written by someone with first-hand experience and an impressive backdrop of successful projects, this guide gives you the assistance you need when starting out as a science writer.
Our guide offers you:
- Guidance on getting started and building a solid foundation for your ‘brand’
- Advice on preparing perfect proposals
- Time management and multitasking tips
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