CSE/CBE Formatting and Style
CSE style, formerly called CBE style, is a citation style preferred for writing formal papers regarding natural sciences i.e. biology, geology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. This style was established by Council of Science Editors (CSE) to help the writers in citing resources in their papers on natural science more efficiently and precisely. CSE/CBE style gives the writer flexibility to use two different systems for citation: Superscript System and Name-Year System. Usually the professors specify which system to use, otherwise anyone of them can be used but Superscript System is preferential because of its vibrant nature. Name-Year System is simple, just like any other citation system by writing the name of the author and then the year. Superscript system can have different forms e.g. within parenthesis 'Source (1)', within brackets 'Source ' or superscript numerical 'Source1'.
Following key points should be observed when writing in a CSE/CBE format:
Give below is a sample paper in CSE/CBE format titled as 'Types and Treatment of Angioedmea - A Lethal Disease' with superscript system.
[ Please Use CSE Paper ]