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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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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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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…
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…
With the US government being one of the world’s biggest funders of research, the new OSTP policy has sparked widespread reactions globally. During the International Open…
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…
As we celebrate Peer Review Week 2022, we ask experts to reflect on how celebrating Peer Review Week has created an impact in scholarly communications or academia. 
The academic community is actively trying out new models, signaling hope and change in the way peer review is conducted. This article lists some of the initiatives and…
We kicked off the Peer Review Week 2022 celebrations (Sep 19-23), powered by Editage and Researcher.Life, with an exciting panel discussion: “Perspectives from the…