To start Peer Review Week 2021 on an exciting note, we decided to kick off Day 1 by reaching out to members of the scholarly publishing community who’ve been kind enough to share their views,…
With a wide variety of available scientific literature search tools, repositories, search engines, databases, and more, how do you pick the best one? This article will help you make that choice by…
In this post, we will be talking about a few cases of rejection we’ve seen on the Editage Insights Q&A forum, how guidance by Editage senior editors helped them overcome challenging situations,…
Late last month, the UK government announced their plans to launch the Advanced Research & Invention Agency (ARIA) – an independent, scientist-led research agency to support “high-risk, high-…
Here’s a simple yet effective recipe with five ingredients, which are key to creating a well-written, submission-ready manuscript that delights the journal editor and whets the appetite of all those…
This year, the Golden Goose awards were handed out to scientists for their momentous contribution to COVID-19 research. 
More and more scholarly societies, funders, publishers, and researchers are joining the efforts to make research behind pay walls accessible. Learn about some of the leading publishers with DOAJ-…
As the world comes together for Peer Review Week, we look at the benefits and challenges of preprints, and whether its growing popularity is eroding trust in peer review.  
The long-drawn peer review process can be frustrating for not just for researchers, but also for the journal editor. How can you, the author, help accelerate the publication process, instil…