Miguel Panao | Professor and Author

Finding ways to improve scientific writing and academic productivity.


Puzzles are more than a game. They’re a source of daily learning.

With the excess of information at our reach, we experience a similar feeling as we look through all the pieces of a puzzle.

If we have no idea what to search, it will take endless time to put the pieces together.

Making a puzzle means searching for similar patterns and – with a bit of luck – find the right piece at the right time.

What I’ve learned today is the importance of having an idea of what you’re searching for. Otherwise, you experience a drifted search and live like a distracted person.

Knowing which piece you should look is as simple as paying attention to details.

About Miguel Panao

I am a Professor at the University of Coimbra in Mechanical Engineering. I am also author of books in the fields of environmental ethics and Science and Religion. From the several research projects, this site is personal and dedicated to the search for the best approaches, tools, techniques to improve scientific productivity.

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  1. It is really important to also follow the principles enjoyed by several of the many productive persons in the market.

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