Because it’s Friday: Please don’t write like a scientist
When Adam Rubin was a PhD student, his advisor accused him of “writing like a poet” for using a non-scientific word in this thesis:
The word was âlone,â as in âPvPlm is the lone plasmepsin in the food vacuole of Plasmodium vivax.â It was a filthy word. A non-scientific word. A flowery word, a lyrical word, a word worthy of â ugh â an MFA student.
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