Visionlearning - This page provides free access to a full-text research article from Science magazine and includes discussion questions to use as a scientific writing exercise.
G. Gopen, J. Swan, American Scientist - A detailed analysis of what makes scientific writing readable.
National Library of Medicine - A freely accesible scientific database of journal articles in biomedical science.
Google - Research database allows searching of the scholarly literature.
Greg Anderson, Bates College - An excellent online guide on how to write a scientific paper.
Florida International University - Some guidelines on how to read a scientific article.
Robert Schulman, the Annals of Improbable Research - Humorous observations on the scientific publishing process.
K. HayGlass, U. Manitoba - Additional points concerning the preparation of a scientific paper.
Illustrations formatted for printing on transparencies or displaying with a projector
An alphabetical glossary of relevant scientific terms.
Fathom, Columbia U. - A brief history of scientific writing.
Svante Arrhenius, Philosophical Magazine (1896) - Original text of an early paper on CO2 and the greenhouse effect. This is an excellent example of how older research articles can be useful in teaching science.