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Nature Masterclass in Scientific Writing and Publishing

The IAS has access to the Nature Masterclass online course in Scientific Writing and Publishing for postdoctoral researchers at Warwick. If you're new to the IAS, sign up as an Associate Fellow and gain access to this resource.


About the course

Learn how to publish from Nature Research editors

The course is taught by editors from the Nature Research journals and covers the entire scientific publishing process – from writing a paper to publication. Note that the course focuses on research within the natural sciences.

Who can access the course?

Postdoctoral scholars at Warwick

You must be a member of the IAS to access this resource. If you are a postdoctoral scholar and want to be part of the IAS community and benefit from this resource among other training opportunities, become an Associate Fellow. We look forward to receiving your application!

This is for scholars who have completed their PhD and hold an early career post at Warwick. You may not necessarily have 'postdoctoral researcher' in your title but you must be in the early part of your academic career.

Start your access

Register your interest using the form below.

Please complete the form and provide a brief outline stating how this resource is going to help you and your career development specifically.

You will receive an email via to confirm if your access has been granted and you will be supplied with a unique access code.

Once you have received this confirmation email from the IAS, register on the Nature Masterclasses website.

Next, enter your code on this page: Wait a few seconds and click ‘Redeem’. You now have course access!

Note: you will receive a user access guide with your confirmation email and user code.

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