Articles

All Topics

New
While the response to the pandemic brought South Korea to limelight, it is remarkable that the number of COVID-19 papers by Korean researchers is low compared to the…
Why has Korea published few papers on COVID-19? 4 Researchers share their views
New
As the post-Brexit transition period was coming to an end, on December 24, the European Union (EU) and the UK struck an agreement that ends the uncertainty around UK’s…
The UK and the EU sign a treaty; UK researchers secure access to EU funding post Brexit
New
As the year closes, have a look at the top questions researchers had around manuscript submission guidelines and our responses to them
Guiding right: Our top 10 questions and answers on submission guidelines in 2020
New
In a bold move earlier this month, open-access journal eLife revealed that it will soon transition to a new ‘publish, then review’ policy. Starting July 2021, the…
eLife makes big move to 'preprint-first' model for research publishing
New
Here’s a simple yet effective recipe with five ingredients, which are key to creating a well-written, submission-ready manuscript that delights the journal editor and…
This year, the Golden Goose awards were handed out to scientists for their momentous contribution to COVID-19 research. 
As life forced many of us to move from one type of daily normal to another, we have all been tasked with keeping the wheels of productivity turning. Many are desperately…
Elsevier and JUSTICE, Japan's largest consortium of university libraries, announce a three-year open access (OA) agreement commencing January 1, 2021
My two year-old is asleep now and my first grader is about to work on her math assignment for the day. Right now, my spirit and flesh are both weak, I have to help with…
I leapt at the opportunity to reflect on my PhD and to write for those just starting out their exciting and terrifying PhD journeys. Then, I sat down to write, and the…