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By Editage Insights | July 29, 2016
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Good reads, July 2016
Did your busy schedule keep you from following the hottest topics of discussion in the scholarly circles? Worry not! Our team of editors has been on top of the goings-on in academia and has curated a... Read More
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By SciDev.Net | June 02, 2016
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sustainability science tie-ups
Sustainability science is becoming increasingly collaborative and global, a recent report found, but researchers say cooperation between scientists from the North and South remains scarce and... Read More
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By Sneha Kulkarni | February 10, 2016
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National Science Foundation's report
Globally, science and technology is making great strides. Remarkably, developing nations are fast catching up with the developed nations in terms of R&D investment, technological advances,... Read More
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By Jayashree Rajagopalan | October 23, 2015
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Interview with Richard Poynder, independent blogger/journalist
Richard Poynder is an independent journalist/blogger with a particular interest in open access and its perception and application across different sections of academia. In his blog—Open and Shut? —... Read More
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By Jayashree Rajagopalan | October 20, 2015
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Interview with Abel Packer, co-founder of SciELO
Abel Packer is one of founders of SciELO, or Scientific Electronic Library Online, and current Coordinator of the SciELO/FAPESP Program and Advisor of Information and Communication in Science at Fap-... Read More
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By Kakoli Majumder | June 25, 2015
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The landscape of science is changing with the emergence of new global trends, such as international collaboration, co-authorship, establishment of research networks, and researcher mobility
The landscape of scientific research is fast changing, with the emergence of new global players and upcoming trends that transcend geographical boundaries and reinforce the importance of... Read More
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By Dr. Matthieu PY | June 24, 2015
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Japan's diminishing research output
Japan's investment in R&D is high. Despite this, Japanese research output is diminishing. Why is this happening? A hierarchical educational system, and lack opportunities and platforms for... Read More
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By Dr. Matthieu PY | June 23, 2015
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Internationalization and Japanese research
Despite substantial investments in R&D, Japanese research output is not yielding the returns expected. In addition to having to dealing with a hierarchical educational system, Japanese... Read More
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By Editage Insights | June 01, 2015
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Donald Samulack, President, US Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications, in conversation with Dr. John Hammersley, Co-founder and CEO of Overleaf at the Digital Science office in London.In this... Read More
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By Editage Insights | April 02, 2014
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Richard de Grijs
Dr. Richard de Grijs is an acclaimed academic and journal editor with more than 15 years of experience in the field of Astrophysics. As an Editage trainer, Richard has conducted workshops in China,... Read More
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