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In conversation with Christopher Leonard, Director of Strategy & Innovation at Cactus Communications, about his views on how ChatGPT may find use in research and…
Can ChatGPT support scholarly communications? Interview with Christopher Leonard
ChatGPT, an AI chatbot released by tech company OpenAI is making immense foray in academia. The authorship of research papers and preprints are being credited to the…
Researchers react to ChatGPT’s authorship credits on published literature and preprints
In this post, our senior editor has answered some of the most pressing questions about ChatGPT.
Four burning questions academia has about ChatGPT
A question that we often get asked is how to review related literature. This post discusses what an RRL is, why it's important, and some best practices to write an…
A quick guide to conducting an effective review of related literature (RRL)
This post talks about what are keywords, their importance in any academic writing, and how to choose suitable keywords for your manuscript or scholarly article.
A quick guide on how to create keywords for a research paper
In this post, we have listed some writing resources that will help any research chemist, and indeed, many other scientists.
5 Writing resources every chemistry researcher should know about
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
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…
It was a joy to see the researcher community excitedly exchanging their thoughts and views on the theme of Peer Review Week 2022. A few researchers went out of their way…
The final event of the Peer Review Week 2022 celebrations (Sep 19-23), powered by Editage and Researcher.Life,  was a panel discussion titled “Discussing research…