Some people think, that scientific writing is uninspiring and boring, so be careful, which rules you follow.
But I assume that the suggestions for making text more terse, do also apply for scientific writing. Eliminate filler words, be more precise, etc.
As example I deleted some words of your first sentence:
The writing style in papers in the natural sciences, e.g. chemistry and biology, seems different from other kinds of writing.
Did the meaning change? Did you lose anything essential? Two or three words in each sentence can sum-up to pages over the whole manuscript. But don't remove too much.
The writing style in natural sciences seems different from others.
Too terse could puzzle people.
Also read scientific papers and learn from other authors. If they get published, they did something right. Yes, maybe they got published despite their writing style, but the more you read, the more you learn.