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November 10 marks the 21st World Science Day for Peace and Development. Here, we discuss the theme of this year’s World Science Day and why it is significant. 
World Science Day 2022: How can basic sciences contribute to meeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
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The 2022 Lancet Countdown report, themed “health at the mercy of fossil fuels,” was issued on October 23, 2022. The report is the result of a collaboration of 99 experts…
Highlights of the 2022 Lancet report on health and climate change
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The reality is that while earning a PhD degree, a researcher gains core skills that are fundamental to success in diverse careers. That is why, these are recognized as…
Transferable skills you gain during your PhD
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What role does mentorship play in an academic career? What can mentors and mentees do to build a strong mentoring relationship?This post is a compilation of views on…
Perspectives on why mentorship in academia is important and how to make it work
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Nine years back a small team of three started a project to help researchers around the globe achieve their goals. Today, that project has evolved into a phenomenal…
Editage Insights turns 9! Here's a look at where we’re at!
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Struggling to achieve your writing goals? Guilty of procastinating? This article has some ways to deal with the feelings that might be keeping you from achieving your…
How to avoid procrastination and stick to writing goals
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Up to 52 papers published by Gregg L. Semenza, one of the 2019 laureates for Physiology or Medicine, have been scrutinized for potential image manipulation. This article…
Possible academic misconduct in multiple papers co-authored by Nobel laureate
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Alessandro Checco is Assistant Professor at computer science department, University of Rome La Sapienza (https://alessandrochecco.github.io/). He’s a mathematical…
Why is there resistance to considering AI for manuscript evaluation? An interview with Alessandro Checco
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Beginning next year, the journal eLife will change its publishing model. No longer will decisions to reject or accept papers be made following the peer review process…
eLife announces a new publishing model aimed at revolutionizing scientific publishing
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The results of the CACTUS Mental Health Survey indicated that 37% of more than 13,000 worldwide respondents reported experiencing harassment or bullying in their…