Additionally, since the author(s) conducted the research, it would be clearer to specifically mention them when discussing the focus of a project.][Note: When describing the focus of a research project, many authors often replace "we" with phrases such as "this study" or "this paper." "We," however, is acceptable in this context, including for scientific disciplines.
In fact, recent papers published in , for example, use "we" to establish an active voice.
In this article, we discuss when you should avoid personal pronouns and when they may enhance your writing.