Online Workshop on Science Writing, Current Science
This workshop is intended for people who are actively contributing to science. It aims to improve the skills required for writing scientific papers, reviews, grant applications and project reports.

The online workshop will start on Sunday, 25 December, 2022 and end on Sunday, 26 March, 2023. For three months, every Saturday and Sunday from 2:30 to 4 pm there will be online meetings. On weekdays, participants will  discuss issues related to science and to writing using an online forum. There will be individual/group activities designed to improve skills required to do good science and to write science well. In other words, there will be work in the workshop, besides sessions on weekends.
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Name *
Date of Birth  (Date/Month/Year)
Designation *
Institutional Address *
E-mail id (preferably Gmail id) *
Mobile number *
Educational Qualification (Please limit to the last degree) *
Please provide references of your published papers *
Published popular articles if any
Any blogs or videos on the Net? (Please provide links)
Your interests and attitudes to the following art forms: *
Not at all interested
involved in practicing
Your knowledge and aptitudes to the following *
Never heard of them
Have seen, but not used
Have used, but not an expert
Have expertise
Internet Browsers (Chrome/Mozilla/MS Edge/Opera)
Word processors (MS Word/Open office writer)
Layout tools (eg. InDesign/Scribus)
Image processing tools (Photoshop/GIMP)
The Workshop involves virtual interactions on Google Meet on Saturdays and Sundays (3 to 4:30 pm) as well as interactions in an email discussion group which may take about 10 to 15 minutes of your time on weekdays. Will you be able to devote that time? *
Do you have reliable broadband internet access? *
During the workshop, you may have to work, individually and in groups. What is your preference? *
The workshop is intensive, 90 minutes each on Saturdays and Sundays and extends through the week. Are you committed to the idea of working like this for three months? *
Please give a short introduction to yourself in the first person singular. It should not be less than 190 and not more than 200 words. (This is to test your ability to estimate word count). *
Please describe your research interests in 200 words, not less than 190 words *
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