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May 30 11 tweets 6 min read
Thesis Writing 101

I have edited 100,000+ words and tens of theses in science and history (more than I can keep track of!) over the last ten years.

Here are 17 insights from my experience that can help you improve the quality of your #AcademicWriting 🧵 1. Read aloud: Reading aloud helps to catch errors that were overlooked during silent reading. Find the 'Read Aloud' feature on MS Word under 'Review.'

2. Bring coherency: Make sure that each paragraph flows logically so that the overall #thesis structure is well-organized.
Nov 5, 2021 8 tweets 8 min read
7 #SciComm Frequently Asked Questions answered in this thread 👇 1. What is SciComm? Why do I need to know about it?
Sci in #Scicomm stands for #science and Comm for #communication. #Scicomm is the easy-to-understand delivery of #scientific results to the layman. It equips people & lawmakers with #ScienceLiteracy to make conscious decisions.
Nov 5, 2021 5 tweets 2 min read
Did you know that healthcare equity breaks down along race lines? For #IndigenousHeritageMonth, learn about racism's effect on health outcomes. Fixing the problem begins with awareness of it. In this thread, we share our blogs about Native communities' pandemic health outcomes. Structural racism has created significant morbidity and mortality for minority populations, including Native communities. Read more in Kelly's article:…

#StructuralRacism #Health
Jul 25, 2020 8 tweets 3 min read
Thread🧵: How do the frontrunner COVID-19 vaccines work? In this thread, we'll quickly discuss the vaccines from Moderna, Oxford, Sinovac, and NovaVax (all info courtesy of freelance science writer @thesharedscope who, by the way, is looking for new clients!) (1/7) Three out of four of these vaccines (Moderna, Oxford, and NovaVax) target the novel coronavirus's spike proteins. Those are the spiky things on the outside of the SARS-CoV-2 molecule which help the virus get into our cells and cause a COVID-19 infection. (2/7)