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Preparing Scientific Papers

At a recent Carney Methods Meet-up (https://www.brown.edu/carney/news-events/carney-methods-meetups), hosted by the Scientific Director of Quantitative Neuroscience in the Brown University Carney Institute for Brain Science Dr. Jason Ritt, writing associates in the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning and graduate students Shanelle Reilly and Meghan Gonsalves present the nuts and bolts of all the details you need to think about when writing and submitting a scientific manuscript.

If you have a Brown email you can access the notes for this meeting which have lots of really great info and links: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13o4ajR0bzWWNIeSqG0AEnCLTzYVc3t2t6vwU42mk6fY/edit?usp=sharing

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