Scientific writing and publishing for early-career researchers from the perspective of young chemists
Writing and publishing present an integrated part of the scientific enterprise. This process often poses challenges, particularly for students without prior scientific writing experience, while regular study programs often overlook the importance of the subject. In this article, we outline some of the critical aspects of scientific writing and provide suggestions from the perspective of early-career chemists. This reflects an effort to facilitate the writing process and provide relevant resources for early-career researchers that are either in the process of preparing their first manuscripts or are guiding a new generation of students on their scientific writing journey.
- This article is part of the themed collections: 2022 Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship shortlisted candidates, 2023 Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship winner: Jovana Milić and Journal of Materials Chemistry A Emerging Investigators