EASE Webinar: Plain English in the context of science journals

Serious science writing is often at pains to let you know how serious and scientific it is, and as a result, can suffer from incomprehensibly archaic and elitist phrasing and demeanour. Plain English writing is a technique for conveying your research concepts and findings in a clear, concise, and equally authoritative tone and turn of phrase. EASE Training Committee member Gareth Dyke leads this hour session, breaking down this approach, providing some of the key ways to make your writing clearer and more accessible, and making you a more effective science communicator.