| February 19, 2015
Learn about the minor stylistic differences in labeling the parts of a multi-part figure as specified in four major style guides.
| January 09, 2015
As an academic copyeditor who helps authors prepare journal-ready manuscripts on a daily basis, I work on a number of manuscripts that need to be formatted as per guidelines stipulated by a journal.... Read More
| December 11, 2014
This post explains how to print temperatures, seconds, and primers in describing a polymerase chain reaction.
In this article, published by Learned Publishing, the author questions the relevance and utility of the minutiae that style guides insist on.
Although The Economist, a British weekly, is not a research journal, its writing is often praised for its clarity and precision. How does the The Economist&n
Style manuals are incredibly useful tools for writers, and similar to dictionaries and other reference resources, they must be updated regularly to account for the ever-changing vocabul
When writing a research paper for publication in a journal, following the journal’s style is very important and can be beneficial during the review process. Content will, of course, always be the top... Read More