Lewis Collins - An Introduction to One Earth and Writing for High Impact Journals

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Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief, One Earth

Mardi 24 octobre 2022 à 12h30 - Tuesday, October 24, 2022 at 12:30 pm

Local PK-7605, 7e étage, 201 ave. du Président-Kennedy

Résumé / abstract:

Writing a scientific paper that is actually read, understood, and eventually has an impact can be challenging, particularly for an interdisciplinary audience. Following an introduction to the journal One Earth, this talk will provide guidance to help shape a clear and coherent scientific narrative that conveys what motivated your research, how it was carried out, what was found, and why it is important. Once a paper is written, the next step is to get it published in an appropriate journal so that your findings reach and influence your target audience. This is easier said than done given the ever-expanding landscape of scientific journals. This talk will therefore also provide advice on how to select a journal while providing insight into the editorial black box.

 

Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief, One Earth

Lewis leads Cell Press’s flagship sustainability journal, One Earth and provides advice on various sustainability-related activities across Cell Press. Lewis oversees a dynamic editorial team and is particularly interested in opportunities to facilitate dialogue and spark collaboration across disciplines and communities in pursuit of solutions to sustainability grand challenges. Before joining One Earth, Lewis spent over 5 years with the Nature Portfolio, where he led the Nature Communications' Earth and environmental science editorial team.

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An Introduction to One Earth and Writing for High Impact Journals

Ajouter au calendrier 2023-10-24 12:30:00 2024-07-24 00:28:04 Lewis Collins - An Introduction to One Earth and Writing for High Impact Journals Writing a scientific paper that is actually read, understood, and eventually has an impact can be challenging, particularly for an interdisciplinary audience. Following an introduction to the journal One Earth, this talk will provide guidance to help shape a clear and coherent scientific narrative that conveys what motivated your research, how it was carried out, what was found, and why it is important. Once a paper is written, the next step is to get it published in an appropriate journal so that your findings reach and influence your target audience. This is easier said than done given the ever-expanding landscape of scientific journals. This talk will therefore also provide advice on how to select a journal while providing insight into the editorial black box.   Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief, One Earth Lewis leads Cell Press’s flagship sustainability journal, One Earth and provides advice on various sustainability-related activities across Cell Press. Lewis oversees a dynamic editorial team and is particularly interested in opportunities to facilitate dialogue and spark collaboration across disciplines and communities in pursuit of solutions to sustainability grand challenges. Before joining One Earth, Lewis spent over 5 years with the Nature Portfolio, where he led the Nature Communications' Earth and environmental science editorial team. Local PK-7605, 7e étage, 201 ave. du Président-Kennedy Geotop admin@example.com America/New_York public