Research is about more than just the scientific principles and discoveries you are making—it is about sharing these discoveries with fellow researchers and with the public.
And to do this, researchers must publish their work in journals.
Establish the importance of your work by indicating what is lacking in current knowledge or practice and explaining how your research resolves the problem.
Citing and discussing a few key studies or review articles will help you clarify the context and value of your research, and in some cases you may need to include a brief review of the relevant scholarship in your introduction.
An abstract is a concise summary of an experiment or research project. The purpose of the abstract is to summarize the research paper by stating the purpose of the research, the experimental method, the findings, and the conclusions.
The format you'll use for the abstract depends on its purpose.This can be a successful approach, as can writing a hasty draft of the introduction or perhaps just a rough list of what it should include to get started and then returning to edit and finish the introduction once the rest of the text is in place.Never forget that the introduction to your scientific paper is the first part of the manuscript that your readers will encounter, so your writing should be as clear, correct and professional as its content is engaging, valuable and relevant.A random example is this abstract on the effect of coffee consumption on Acute Coronary Syndrome.*This lecture was presented at Chung Ang University in Seoul, South Korea in November 2018. Heintz explains how to organize and compose a research manuscript that will get your study published in top journals.Even researchers whose first language is English must learn some specific rules and follow some standard conventions when writing research papers.This takes a completely different skillset than essay writing or sending emails to your professors and friends, and therefore it is a good idea for every researcher to keep learning how to improve research writing.Strong writing is key to making your research more accessible and powerful, and therefore this presentation is not about the rigors of research, but the demands of research writing.The methods and information in this lecture can be applied to almost any kind of research paper, although of course the exact structure and content will be somewhat determined by where you are submitting your research.If you're writing for a specific publication or a class assignment, you'll probably need to follow specific guidelines.If there isn't a required format, you'll need to choose from one of two possible types of abstracts. The abstracts at Pub (National Institutes of Health database) are informational abstracts.