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Conducting Research

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The refrain of “peer review is broken” or “science is broken” is reaching a crescendo. Researchers often ask, “If papers with flaws pass peer review, why am I struggling…
5 Things authors must do to deliver peer-review-ready manuscripts
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English is not the first language for most of the world’s researchers, who are vying to get their work published in top peer-reviewed journals. In fact, even native…
When it comes to scholarly publishing, the reasons for rejection are often within your control and easily avoidable. Check out the most common mistakes that lead to…
Even novel, high-impact research can face problems at the journal submission stage if they don’t meet ethical guidelines or lack the required declarations. Take a look…
Did you know, 50% of published articles are only read by the author, journal editor and reviewer, while 90% are never cited? Regardless of its importance, published…
You’ve worked hard and think you’re on a winning path when you submit your manuscript to a top academic journal, only to be derailed by a peer review. Here's how authors…
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If the idea of writing a research paper is making you anxious, this article is for you. Learn how you can make a dent in your writing project by creating the first draft…
The literature review is an essential part of an article. Without a strong analysis of prior literature, there can be no certainty that an article addresses important…
Inaccurate usage of scientific and technical terms can give out the impression that you do not have in-depth knowledge of the subject.  Naturally, peer reviewers are…