On July 11st, QNLM successfully held “Author Training in Scientific Writing and Publishing 2017”jointly with Springer Nature. On the participant list, there are 134 early-career researchers and graduates from functional laboratories, joint laboratories and open platforms affiliated to QNLM. Dr. Jeffrey Robens, responsible for conducting Nature Research Academies, has been invited as the trainer to elaborate on reading skills, effective writing, logic structure composing, and peer review process, etc.
Springer Nature is one of the leading global research, educational and professional publishers. Its journal Nature, launched in 1869, is a widely recognized scientific journal committed to catering to the demands of scientists. Dr. Jeffrey Robens is Editorial Development Manager at Nature Research and is responsible for conducting the Nature Research Academies. He has strong scientific qualifications with 20 years of academic experience. He attained his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and then worked at premier research institutes in Singapore and Japan. Having left the academia, he has conducted over 250 academic training workshops across Asia and the Middle East to help researchers improve their publication quality and impact. Upon conclusion, every participant was granted a certificate issued by Nature Research Academies. Many participants noted that they had gained a lot from this workshop.
Prof. Kehou PAN, Secretary-General of QNLM Academic Committee addressed the opening session.
Training Session of “Author Training in Scientific Writing and Publishing 2017”
Group photo of “Author Training in Scientific Writing and Publishing 2017”