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Beyond Research
How funders can benefit from plain language summaries of research papers
In order to make science truly open, we need to move beyond providing free access to scientific output and think about making the non-scientific community understand scientific research. This article...
Global Trends
3 Reasons behind Japan's deteriorating scientific landscape
Scientific research lies at the core of Japan, the third-largest economy in the world. Since 2000, Japanese researchers have won 17 Nobel Prizes in the sciences, which only emphasizes the nation’s...
Researcher Voice
Do you feel the same way about us?
We love hearing from you! As part of our four-year anniversary celebrations, we reached out to many of you asking you to share your thoughts and opinions on Editage Insights. Here's what you had to...
Industry news
Editage Insights survey - authors opinions on journal publishing
As authors, you are at the center of the academic publishing system. What according to you needs change about academic publishing? Take this survey to let us know: Author perspectives on the academic...
Career Advancement
Challenges postdocs face and how mentors can help build their career
Postdocs are the next generation of researchers in the making. Apart from the stress of publishing papers and doing lab work, another intimidating challenge postdocs face is building their...
Industry news
Editage Insights celebrates its 4th anniversary: Join us for exciting content, giveaways, and more!
Editage Insights turns 4 in November! We’d like to express heartfelt gratitude to you – our readers – for your continued support. Over these years, the Editage Insights community has grown bigger and...
5 Differences between a research paper and a review paper
Scholarly literature can be of different types; some of which require that ...
Handpicked favorites: A glimpse at our team's favorite SlideShares
Throughout our anniversary month, we brought you our team’s favorite picks for...

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Is scholarly communications ready for innovation?
When talking about the state of innovation in the scholarly communications industry, it is pertinent to mention that the researcher life cycle continues to be bookended by sameness. This article... Read More
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How journals make assertions
What “business” are journals in? If you think that journals are in the content business, here is a different perspective. The author of this article believes that journals are in the "assertions"... Read More

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Prof. Lex Bouter is among the 400 most influential biomedical researchers in the world and a distinguished name in the field of research integrity. Following a PhD in epidemiology, Prof. Bouter played several roles in academia and scholarly publishing, including that of a Professor, PhD supervisor, and Rector. He has been extensively affiliated in senior roles with several academic and scientific organizations and has authored/co-authored nearly 700 publications. Prof. Bouter's current focus is on the responsible conduct of research, questionable practices, and misconduct in academic publishing, with an emphasis on the need to tackle the dilemmas around scientific integrity at a global level. In 2017, he organized and co-chaired the 5th World Conference on Research Integrity in Amsterdam and became chair of the World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation.

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