'This book is beyond reproach and should be regarded as compulsory reading for all biomedical and science undergraduate and postgraduate students and all others likely to have to write or edit scientific reports.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
'… very well organized and easy to scan for useful tips … will soon become one of the more well-thumbed volumes on our laboratory bookshelf.' Trends in Neuroscience
'… pragmatic, well-written and comprehensive … each stage - from marshalling ideas through bashing out a first draft, revising it, honing it for publication and correcting it in proof - is demystified with exercises and examples.' New Scientist
'…does not disappoint. It is everything a 'How to' book needs to be, stuffed with plain common sense and sprinkled with useful tips.' The Biologist
'… strongly recommended for all geoscientists. There are three possible ways to use it. The first is to read it as a normal book from the first page to the last … The second way is to use it as a reference … The third way is … as a textbook … Despite of what way to choose, you will find this book always very suitable. Reading of any passage is enjoyable and stimulating. The book in the whole is a great success …' Zentralblatt for Geologie und Palaeontologie
Provides user-friendly, detailed and practical advice for students and researchers, enabling them to communicate their work effectively through published literature. The abundant examples and self-help exercises can be applied to many scientific writing contexts and disciplines. Well-structured, comprehensive and entertaining, it is useful for classroom courses, seminars or improving individual skills.