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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…
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…
The COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to its knees, with the accompanying deluge of disinformation only making matters worse. However, a report by Nature revealed that…
The list of Nobel Prize winners for the year was awarded to researchers who had made some fundamental advances, but many in the scientific community were surprised to…
This International Open Access Week, we bring you an R Discovery-powered Ask Me Anything (AMA) on open access! We invited a panel of industry experts to answer questions…
Peer Review Week 2021 was an activity-packed event for the Editage Insights team. We review all that was done, learnt, and shared during and after the event.
It’s that time of the year when the global scholarly community comes together to celebrate peer review and to bring to the fore the current challenges, expectations,…
In a marked shift towards being more inclusive and equitable, the scientific publishing world welcomed a new ‘name change policy’ for research authors. The trans…
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Camille Noûs, a French researcher and prolific author with no less than 180 published scientific articles in the past year. However, Camille has been the subject of much…