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Global Trends
Why research misconduct is rampant in China and how the government is curbing it
Over the years, researchers from several countries have come under the scanner for committing academic misconduct. But the one country that has earned an infamous reputation for misconduct is China....
Scholarly Communications Good Reads
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, July 2017
If the month of July seemed to whizz past while you were hard at work, we have you covered. This month was interesting because there were several noteworthy happenings: an author exposed predatory...
Publication Buzzwords
What do researchers think about the publishing system globally?
Would you like to know researchers’ perspectives about the journal publishing system? Then download this free interim report of a large-scale survey Editage Insights is conducting. Don't miss the...
Career Advancement
How researchers can choose the right career path
The most important career question a researcher faces is that of choosing between exploring non-research-based positions and continuing with research. A non-academic career may not be entirely...
Publication Ethics
Combating new developments in academic misconduct
Traditionally the province of rogue individuals, academic misconduct has entered a new era in which third parties are exploiting submission loopholes to manipulate the peer review process....
Career Advancement
How to choose the right funding option at different stages of your academic career
Getting grants is vital for researchers to carry out their research. Most researchers, particularly the early career researchers, may feel confused about which grants they should apply for. This...
China's investigations into the 107 retracted papers case
Chinese authorities recently held a press conference to share updates on the...
Lack of sleep puts children at higher risk of type 2 diabetes
Most parents have an ongoing struggle with regard to an early bedtime. Now...

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Under Beyond Research | By Sneha Kulkarni | 0 Views | 0 Comments
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Is it about time science shakes hands with politics?
A general view about researchers is that they are a recluse community that seldom leaves their labs and the ivory tower. This has changed over the past few years. Across the globe, researchers have... Read More
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Hope for premature babies as researchers create artificial womb
Premature babies suffer from several health problems such as apnea, respiratory distress syndrome, or anemia. Even while being kept in incubators and hooked to ventilators, premature babies face many... Read More

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Yusuff Utieyineshola Adeleke is a recipient of the Research Training Fellowship for Developing Country Scientists (India). Under this program, he spent six months at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India. Back home in Nigeria, he is a Senior Research Officer at Science Policy and Innovation Studies (SPIS) Department, the National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM). His areas of interest include conducting research on scholarly communication, scientometrics, policymaking, organizing workshops and seminars for researchers, teaching, and representing the agency at external meetings/events. Yusuff has acquired a Master’s degree in Technology Management from Staffordshire University, UK.

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