When MONO TRANSLATION BUREAU undertakes a project of the best scientific writing, all care is taken to ensure maintenance of standards. Practical suggestions are offered for achieving success whether the article is submitted to any professional journal or otherwise. There are a couple of factors are strictly kept in mind and these are as follows:
A fair amount of time is allowed so that the pace remains reasonable. Or else it is practically impossible to produce the best scientific writing. All the effort that has been put into the research is put through a process that is thorough and at the same time thoughtful – for that time is mandatory.
It is only at the end that the abstract is placed. This is nothing but a summarised version of how the scientific writing team at Mono Translation Bureau will instigate the reader to continue reading. The manuscript remains the foundation of the manuscript and not the other way around. So, we take it as a good idea and put the abstract as the last step.
Best scientific writing for publication always is taken as a challenge that is extremely satisfactory. It is a rewarding experience to interlink, relate and examine. There are however some points that we take into consideration most carefully.
The Scientific Writing team has realised that it is the best to use the passive voice while writing – verbosity is avoided, clarity enhanced and the writing always has a life to it. While the passive voice is acceptable at times, the better part of the time it is better to keep to the active voice.
As happens with any assignment, sometimes there is a writer’s block. Then we let the team take a break and perhaps dabble with another assignment till the ideas start flowing again. We make sure that there are word limits – so that unnecessarily time is not wasted, meandering on and on.
The audience is always considered and the scientific writing looked at from the reader’s point of view. We tend to pose the question (to ourselves!) ‘Why would we consider this to be important?’ or ‘Why would I want to spend time reading this?’ The team always keeps in mind that the reader was not physically present during the time of experimentation and so the descriptions that we present are vital to their understanding and why the process was continued and what result was got.
The jobs that are most complex are reduced to a list of smaller tasks; separate sections are written separately and the final reference list is put together without the feeling of drowning in facts. Writing the entire scientific manuscript can be a daunting task, but breaking it down into smaller tasks makes the whole process much easier. A list of individual tasks is made and that helps the scientific writing team to remain in ship-shape order.
Unnecessary details and wordiness is done away with. They do not in any way contribute to the impact or clarity of our work.
The instructions of the author are read early on and the limitations and specifications are always kept in mind. It is the target journal that is always kept in mind. Our submissions reveal a journal format and style instructions that are bound to please the author.