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What do authors think about peer review? Do they think it's working? What changes do they want to see in peer review? And how can peer review quality be improved? Read…
Academics, especially early career researchers and PhD-holders, are now finding a new way to offer their services as freelancers or consultants to industries that…
Understand what China's Belt and Road Initiative is and how science is an important aspect of the plans. 
This article discusses the value of open access to the general public and explores the impact of free access to scientific information and updates on laypersons and…
A recent study suggests that the first author of a paper must be held accountable if evidence of misconduct is found in the paper. Academics argue this approach may not…
Have you heard of Plan S? It has been one of the hottest topics of discussion among academics over the past few months. Most of you might be aware of what it is. If you…
Artificial intelligence is of huge interest to researchers as it has the potential to change the course of scientific discovery. While AI-powered applications in…
French theoretical physicist and founder of the Dolos list, Professor Alexander Georges, shares his views on the emergence of predatory publishing and discusses how this…
Editage's recently released Global Author Survey Report, based on the perspectives of almost 7000 researchers worldwide, highlighted the gravity and types of problems…
For decades, developed countries in the West have been the hubs of scientific and technological advancement, attracting talent across the globe. However, the R&D…