There are many challenges in the routine of Laboratory life. Some more or less unusual, one of these is certainly writing.
Creativity is of little importance when it comes to technical writing, but this does not mean that it is less difficult, indeed.
Paradoxically, although it is necessary to maintain a dry and clearer style, it is possible to face the possibility of not being exhaustive (for example when your boss asks you to write the instructions for use of an equipment), and if you are wrong you are in the eye of the cyclone because if something is not clear everyone will point the finger at you. Can this situation create anxiety? but certainly it can be brilliantly addressed, we recommend reading Russ Swan’s advice on Laboratory News.