How to write and illustrate scientific papers, 2nd ed., by Bjorn Gustavii. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2008. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (31b).
How to write and publish a scientific paper, 7th ed., by Robert A. Day and Barbara Gastel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2008. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (34g).
Rediscover grammar, 3rd ed., by David Crystal. Harlow: Pearson; 2004. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (36c).
Science research writing for non-native speakers of English, by Hilary Glasman-Deal. London: Imperial College Press; 2010. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (33).
A scientist's guide to talking with the media: practical advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists, by Richard Hayes and Daniel Grossman. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press; 2006. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (35).
Writing science: how to write papers that get cited and proposals that get funded, by Joshua Schimel. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2012. Balfour Library shelfmark: D.14 (32).
Are there any other professional development books you can recommend?
For example, Cambridge University Press has a good selection that you can browse here: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/viewalltitles/item238682/?site_locale=en_GB The library is able to get some CUP titles for free or at a discount, and any Cambridge University Card holder can in fact receive 20% off CUP titles from their bookshop.
You can use the online form to recommend books for purchase at: http://www.zoo.cam.ac.uk/library/form/pubform.php.