Writing a Science Research Article: Principles and Pitfalls

What is good science writing? Sign up for this webinar to understand more.

This webinar is targeted at early-career researchers who use English as a second language.

There are so many elements to take into consideration when writing and preparing an article. A well-written manuscript free of language and spelling issues can make a world of difference and help you communicate your ideas and research effectively.

Join David Kipler, Science Communications Trainer at Cactus Inc. as he shares with you the three principles of good science writing: clarity, accuracy, and concision. He will go through some common pitfalls in English grammar, style, and usage so you can write your next paper with more confidence.

Key Highlights:

  • Learn the nuances of science writing and communicate your research effectively.
  • Understand how to avoid the most common errors in English writing.


David Kipler, ELS - Science Communications Trainer, Cactus, Inc.

David Kipler, ELS

Science Communications Trainer, Cactus, Inc.

David Kipler is a specialist in biomedical communications for journals, authors and presenters. His professional focus is helping researchers whose first language is not English to reach a larger audience with their work.  Mr. Kipler obtained his certification as an Editor in Life Sciences in 2005. He was a member of the Toho University Faculty of Medicine for 14 years and has held faculty appointments at top universities in Japan, including The University of Tokyo and Keio University School of Medicine. He has long been involved in biomedical publishing and has served as language editor for several journals in Japan, including the Journal of Epidemiology.