Within the ITRDC @ 2020 UOK initiative of the Center for Information Research and Development through a series of workshops to develop academic research capabilities, the Director of the Nanotechnology and Advanced Research Unit at the College of Engineering at the University of Kufa delivered a lecture entitled:
Writing results in scientific research: composition, language and writing skills
In the workshop organized by the university’s Center for Information Research and Qualification on the platform of Free conference call (FCC).
The workshop dealt with the scientific methods used in writing the results paragraph in theses and university theses, and in the research presented for publication in international journals. Where Mrisin spoke to the most important ways and elements that must be taken by the researcher before proceeding to write and research research results through knowledge of the correct scientific methods and methods to represent data with appropriate drawings and diagrams and show results in an accurate scientific manner. Referring to methods of writing research with internationally recognized academic standards, representing each part of scientific research in the form of a linguistic model (with correct syntax and content) and appropriate scientific linguistic contents to communicate scientific information in an accurate and effective way to the reader. The workshop also discussed the best graphics programs and how to use interactive and advanced programs to represent the data well and clearly to the reader.