Make a self-care resolution for yourself to complete this final task of our six-week challenge for researchers.
This week's challenge will help you think about all your achievements in the year and pick something that stands out.
It's time for the fourth task in our six-week challenge. Gear up to explain your work to someone outside your academic or research circle!
You're going to LOVE the task this week! Why so? Because I'm asking you to do something that you may badly be in need of as a researcher and perhaps really want to do. 
Here's the second task of our six-week challenge and it's focused on helping you stay motivated through the highs and lows of your research journey.
Participate in our unique six-week challenge, follow the instructions to complete the task, and stand a chance to win cool prizes. Here's your task for Week 1!
As Editage Insights turns five years old, Clarinda Cerejo, Editor-in-Chief of the platform, shares her heartfelt emotions as she recounts the Editage Insights journey over the years.
This story has been shared by Clarinda Cerejo (MSc, ELS), Editor-in-Chief of Editor Insights. Read on to follow Clarinda’s journey through biotechnology and music to her current destination,…
Most journals require authors to submit a cover letter along with each manuscript submitted for publication. Unfortunately, few authors are aware of the actual impact that a cover letter can have on…
Editage Insights' Editor-in-Chief Clarinda Cerejo attended the 2018 Asian-Pacific Conference of the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors on March 26-27, 2018, at Singapore. Here,…