Second edition. - London ; Hackensack, NJ : Imperial College Press, 
Book — xii, 338 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Overview of Book-- Literature Survey-- References-- Materials and Methods/Experimental Methods-- Results-- Discussion and Conclusions-- Introduction-- Title and Abstract-- Numbers, Errors and Statistics-- Figures and Tables-- Layout-- The Other Bits-- Other People's Work-- Proof Reading, Printing and Submission-- The Viva and Thereafter-- Supervision-- Getting Organized-- Use of English and Scientific Writing-- Appendices.
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This book is a step by step illustrated guide to planning and writing dissertations and theses for undergraduate and graduate science students. Topics covered include advice on writing each section of a thesis as well as general discussions on collecting and organizing references, keeping records, presenting data, interacting with a supervisor and avoiding academic misconduct. Recommendations about how to use word processors and other software packages effectively are included, as well as advice on the use of other resources. A concise summary of important points of English grammar is given, along with appendices listing frequently confused words and wordy phrases to avoid. Further appendices are provided, including one on SI units. The aim is to provide an easy-to-read guide that gives students practical advice about all aspects of writing a science thesis or dissertation, starting from writing a thesis plan and finishing with the viva and corrections to the thesis. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781783264216 20160618
London : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific Pub, ; c1999.
Book — xvi, 278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Enjoy writing your science thesis or dissertation!-- planning and writing the references (bibliography)-- planning and writing materials and methods/experimental techniques-- planning and writing the results-- planning and writing the introduction-- planning and writing the discussion-- figures and tables-- deciding on a title and planning and writing the other bits-- proofreading, printing, binding and submission-- and you thought it was all over-- supervision-- resources-- layout-- the use of English.
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A guide to good dissertation and thesis writing. It is written in an accessible style with cartoons and real-life anecdotes. It outlines the rules and conventions of scientific writing - particularly for dissertations and theses - and gives the reader practical advice about planning, writing, editing, presenting and submitting a successful dissertation or thesis. The book can be used either as a guide from day one of a degree course or as a quick reference when deadlines are looming. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781860942075 20160528