Writing is not just about placing one word after another. Neither are those words just to be placed to give you a grammatically correct sentence. The hope is that those grammatically correct sentences, formed from words placed one after another, also convey great ideas in the best form possible. That is what constitutes great writing.
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Akshat Rathi is a science journalist. He has previously worked at The Economist and The Conversation. His writing has appeared in Nature, The Guardian and The Hindu. He has a PhD in chemistry from Oxford University and a BTech in chemical engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. View all posts by Akshat Rathi