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"Paper mills" pose an increasingly serious threat to research integrity, especially in China. Find out what they are and what is being done to address this problem by…
Multipronged measures to solve China's "paper mill" problem
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Academic freedom is a complex concept encompassing both rights and duties of researchers, teachers, students, and research/educational institutions. To appreciate and…
A beginner’s guide to academic freedom
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Students and early career researchers often need writing support the most but may find editorial services out of their reach. Editage has launched a new AI + Academic…
Editage launches its new AI + Academic Editing Service for students and early career researchers
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How you address your peer review comments may influence the editors’ decision of whether to accept or reject your manuscript. Thus, it’s important to address peer review…
An account of how a microbiology graduate who is pursuing a PhD in science communication became interested in disseminating research to broad audiences
On December 1, Dutch microbiologist Elizabeth Bik was announced as the winner of the prestigious John Maddox prize for her “outstanding work exposing widespread threats…
I am in conversation with Christina Cho (@ChochrPhD) to understand what science communication means to researchers and how researchers can increase their visibility in…
Acknowledgments are probably the easiest section to write in a research paper, but can often be tricky! This article discusses the purpose of the acknowledgements…
A well-conducted peer review ensures that only rigorously conducted and high-quality research is published and that authors are encouraged to meet the required standards…
Academic research is an exciting but challenging profession, and researchers often struggle to manage their work and personal life responsibilities. Find out how a…