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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…
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…
The internet is full of advice—maintaining physical and mental health; homeschooling; reading, watching, listening lists; connecting while social distancing; creating…
Is the need for speed and urgency being balanced by the need for quality in peer review during COVID-19? This article briefly explores this question.
This post summarizes the main results of a survey on trust in peer review among Chinese researchers. 
A resurgence in cases after the easing of lockdown in many countries shows us that this pandemic is by no means over. We need to remember that now is not the time to…
Masks are one of our simplest, cheapest and most effective allies in the war against COVID-19. In this article, Madhuri looks back at the hundred-year-old history of…
Patient management was near to breaking point as residents started demanding necessary PPEs and that COVID019 patients be admitted and accommodated separately, away from…
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fore the importance of a thriving scientific ecosystem for dealing with global crises. In this two-part article series, Kaushik…
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fore the importance of a thriving scientific ecosystem for dealing with global crises. Kaushik Biswas discusses how innovative…