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Science Writing Resources

Biddle, A. W., & Bean, D. J. (with T. Fulwiler). (1987). Writer's guide: Life sciences. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

Bowen, M. E., & Mazzeo, J. A. (Eds). (1979). Writing about science. New York: Oxford University Press.

Brillhart, L. V., & Debs, M. B. (1981). Teaching writing- - A scientist's responsibility. Journal of College Science Teaching, 10, 303- 304.

Cory, W. (1982). A comprehensive bibliography on scientific and technical writing. Journal of College Science Teaching, 11, 351- 355.

Cunningham, Donald H. and Herman A. Estrin, eds. (1975). The teaching of technical writing. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Day, R. A. (1983). How to write and publish a scientific paper (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: ISI.

Foos, K. M. (1987). Abstracts can enhance writing skills. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 254- 255.

Grumbacher, J. (1987b). Writing to understand science: Theory and practice. In J. Self (Ed.), Plain talk: About learning and writing across the curriculum (pp. 27- 35). Commonwealth of Virginia: Virginia Department of Education.

Hamilton, D. (1978). Writing science. College English, 40, 32- 40.

Lavoie, D., & Backus, A. (1990). Students write to overcome learning blocks. Journal of College Science Teaching, 19, 353- 358.

Ledford, Jan Roadarmel (1997). Writing Medical Articles. Writer: 19-24.

Miles, T. H. (1990). Critical thinking and writing for science and technology. San Diego: Harcourt.

Strauss, M. J., & Fulwiler, T. (1990). Writing to learn in large lecture classes. Journal of College Science Teaching, 19, 158- 163.

Vande Kopple, William J. (1994). Some Characteristics and Functions of Grammatical Subjects in Scientific Discourse. Written Word: 634-563.

Woodford, F. Peter, ed. (1968). Scientific writing for graduate students. New York: The Rockefeller University Press.

Worsley, Dale and Bernadette Mayer (1989). The art of science writing. New York: Teachers & Writers Collaborative.