Q: How do I write the title of a scientific writing report?
A scientific writing report, or simply, a scientific report is similar in structure to a research paper. So, for the paper, you can use the IMRAD structure, that is, write the paper in the sequence of Introduction, Methods, Results, Analysis, and Discussion.
For the title too, you may follow the same principles as for writing a research paper title. Some of these are:
- Keep it relevant, short, and interesting (attention-gaining).
- Use appropriate descriptive words, such as for the type of study or method.
- Avoid unknown abbreviations and jargon.
- Format-wise, use a phrase instead of a complete sentence. Additionally, you may use articles and capitalization as you feel fit.
Here are some resources to know how to craft an appropriate title for your research paper or scientific report: