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Elsevier has signed new agreements with the Bibsam consortium and a U.S. university. Read on to find out more details. 
Elsevier signs open access agreement with Swedish consortium and a U.S. university
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To be a successful researcher, it is imperative that you make optimum use of the time available to you. Effective time-management not only helps avoid the last-minute…
10 Tried and tested time management tips for researchers
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Writing grant proposals can be a difficult process, involving significant amounts of time, resources, and energy until the proposal is successfully submitted. This…
What reviewers look for in a grant proposal
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The brain's reward pathway causes feelings of happiness but is also involved in behavioral disorders like schizophrenia and addiction. A breakthrough study has now…
New protein function could be key in treating drug addiction and behavioral disorders
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Supercapacitors store much less energy than is ideal. To remedy this, a group of scientists from Japan propose using conductive nanodiamond as electrode material in…
Diamonds in your devices: Powering the next generation of energy storage
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If your personal and professional goals are not in sync, it can lead to a sense of discontent. Left unaddressed, these feelings can become the cause of mental and…
In pursuit of contentment: How to align personal and professional goals as a researcher
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We're bringing you a quick roundup of some interesting conversations among academics on Twitter. 
An academic retreat, journal resubmissions, weird things researchers do, and more!
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At that point, I thought that it was the plateau of my career in terms of the academic profession… but I was wrong.
How I became a "real" researcher
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In 1989, when I was 21 years old, I decided to make a serious change in my life. I moved to America and joined the army to become a soldier
I followed my passion for research after serving in the army for 20 years
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Vincent Vanhoucke, Principal Scientist at Google tells you what they don't teach you in graduate school.