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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…
A welcome and a warning: Prioritising radical dependence, reciprocity and rest in the PhD
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Today is the 7th anniversary of Editage Insights! And what makes this day all the more special for me is that today I am writing this post as Editage Insights’ new…
Editage Insights turns 7! Message from the new Editor-in-Chief
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Research culture has often been described as inherently competitive, stressful, and hierarchical. Chasing research excellence has led long working hours and work…
Posgraduate student numbers have been increasing every year, but have teaching faculty numbers kept pace? Also, has the faculty process has been clearly thought through…
2020 has brought with it many, many challenges, draining away my passion for my work. So, I decided to back track, and go right back to why I fell in love with the ocean…
The International Open Access Week is a great time for the community to reflect upon the ways open access is reshaping scholarly publishing and communication. We reached…
More and more scholarly societies, funders, publishers, and researchers are joining the efforts to make research behind pay walls accessible. Learn about some of the…
For the ongoing International Open Access Week 2020, we have curated the top questions by researchers around open access this year - and our responses to them
On the occasion of World Mental Health Day 2020, Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a technology company accelerating scientific advancement, released its much-anticipated…
Indonesia is a world leader in the number of free-to-read published research journals. Know what this means for the research ecosystem in Indonesia.