Science writers work in business publications, trade publications, scientific and technical journals, and media such as newspapers and magazines. They are responsible for writing scientific and science-related articles such as news, features, and news features. Because of the nature of the work, science writers must research, gather data, and also be involved in analysing data that is not included in research papers or references. Science writers should be familiar with scientific terms and language and they must be able to write about science topics or restate scientific information so that they are understandable by the general public, even those that are not highly educated.
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London, EC5V 0HB
Proactive writer with exceptional academic background is looking for employment as a science writer for a scientific journal where I can exploit my skills and knowledge to help make scientific information accessible.
Summary of Qualification
- With five years of experience working as a science writer.
- Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Skilled in using computer applications relevant to the job.
- Knowledgeable of scientific terms and jargon.
- Demonstrate skill in writing accurate, precise, and clear articles.
- A wide reader of scientific and technical journals.
Career Experience/Job History
2005 – Present: Science Writer, Science Trends Journal
- Read scientific reports and research papers as references for articles.
- Write articles based on scientific references for public consumption.
- Attend scientific conferences and meetings to gain knowledge.
2000 – 2004: Bachelor of Science in Biology, London University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.