I wave from across the Washington University School of Medicine’s Ellen S. Clark Hope Plaza to a man in a white doctor’s coat standing beyond the fountain. Martin B. Wice, M.D., Washington University physiatrist, gives a friendly wave back while walking toward me. Dr. Wice, or Marty, and I are meeting face-to-face for the first […]
Science does involve a fair amount of analysis but often not of grammar rules. Technical writing is plagued by incorrect subject-verb agreement, and you want your data, not your confusing sentences, to stand out! After a brief lesson on sentence structure and a few simple rules, you’ll be back to focusing on data analysis and less on grammar!