Writing and presenting in STEM has a few significant differences from other disciplines. Below are some resources that may be helpful.
Print and e-books on Research and Writing in Science
Below are a selection of books at the Claremont Colleges Library about research and writing in the sciences. This is not our whole collection - to find more, search for "writing" or "research" and "science" "chemistry" or "STEM" to find more.
A guide to writing scientific research proposals for funding. Includes selecting a topic, project planning, identifying funding sources, special funding mechanism, writing a proposal, research ethics and responsibilities, and how to deal with a declined proposal.
There are several online sources that are also helpful for writing in the sciences:
Writing guidelines and models for several forms of communication used in the sciences.
Organizing Your Research
Citation Managers are tools to help you keep track of your citations as you research and to create/format your citations and bibliography. For example, Zotero allows you to keep citations, full text articles, and other research resources organized in one place. You can also use these tools to format your bibliographies and the notes/citations in your papers according to the appropriate style (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.).
ZoteroBib helps you to build a bibliography instantly from any computer or device, without creating an account or installing any software. It allows you to cite in over 9400 styles using a URL, title, PMID, ISBN and more.
Zotero is a free open source application that works with Firefox, Chrome, and Safari, you can also download a client to your computer. It is a good choice if you use just one computer when researching. You can access citation information when online or offline.