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Q: How can I develop a manuscript based on my research?

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Once you have completed your research, the next step is to write a manuscript for publication. To ensure that your manuscript conveys your ideas effectively, it is essential for you to structure it well. Many journals expect scientific research papers to be written in the traditional format, which is also referred to as the IMRaD format (Introduction, Materials and methods, Results, and Discussion).

Here are some resources that will help you understand how to write a scientific manuscript in this format:


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