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  • Mr Squid Jun 20, 2010 @ 13:39

    The best science writing advice that I have receive was to use the KISS principle. Science writing should be simple, direct, and to the point. If you must use jargon (also known as technical terms) then try to limit it to one use per sentence. This gives the uninitiated reader (such as an incoming graduate student) a chance to stop and work out what the term means without completely losing track of the bigger picture that is being presented.

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