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Collaborate with co-authors and effectively communicate your research in a fraction of the time typically spent, while protecting your mental health and having your accessibility needs supported.
Traditional VS TooWrite
Which is simpler to write?
An essay or the answers to a questionnaire?
The traditional approach to scientific writing is a literary one, akin to writing an essay. The drafting process is lengthy, exhausting, and fraught with accessibility issues, resulting in fewer publications and less time spent performing research.
On the TooWrite Platform scientific writing is more akin to answering a self-composed questionnaire. The result is more publications being written and shared with the STEM community, while allowing a higher proportion of time and energy to be spent focusing on the research that matters.
Here's how it works
The first component of the TooWrite Platform to be released is TooWrite Abstracts
Map out a compelling storyline for your abstract by making selections from and arranging TooWrite’s collection of narrative-building-blocks.
Each narrative-building-block selected in Stage 1 is converted into a question which you will now answer, aided by example answers and formulaic writing techniques.
Each of your answers are combined to form a single cohesive draft, ready to be edited and downloaded.
Here are the results
Reduced by up to 96%
Protected & burn-out avoided
Optimised for neurotype, native language, and care responsibilities
“This is a milestone in academia. I can see how important this is, it is so clear this is the future. I have no words to describe the amount of genius in this method. I truly believe this solution will benefit the scientific community around the globe, and I want a better world.”
A scientist from The British Museum
The average time to write an abstract is 6 weeks. A non-native English speaking scientist from The British Museum used TooWrite Abstracts to write a 350 word abstract in 26 minutes flat.
A group of scientists spent 3 years writing the methods and discussion sections of a lengthy literature review. They were provided with a prototype of TooWrite Papers and 4 hours later they had written the abstract and introduction, completing their paper.
A non-native English speaking scientist from Bart’s Cancer Institute had attempted to write a particularly challenging abstract over the course of 20+ unsuccessful drafts. They tried TooWrite Abstracts and within 29 minutes they had written a 400 word abstract of publishable quality.
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