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There seem to be some unlikely similarities between celebrated chefs and successful researchers. But is there a recipe for success? Now there is. Take a look at this researcher-tested recipe with…
The competing time demands of family and work, along with the emotional burdens arising from the pandemic pose different challenges for researchers. However, new data confirms female researchers,…
Getting grant funding to conduct your research is one of the most important tasks for researchers and also one of the most challenging. So, how do you write a convincing grant proposal? Dr. Jacob…
Creativity is critical for researchers. It's the ability to look at problems and find innovative solutions by training your mind to think differently. But how can you build this essential skill?…
In a bold move earlier this month, open-access journal eLife revealed that it will soon transition to a new ‘publish, then review’ policy. Starting July 2021, the biomedical journal will only review…
As we talk about trust in peer review, the theme of Peer Review Week 2020, we asked top-journal peer reviewers to share their views on this integral process. Read on to understand how top peer…
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 English speakers can sometimes…
In Peer Review Week 2020, we discuss trust in peer review with a focus on the main challenges for peer reviewers, and whether AI and technology can change scholarly publishing. See what three top-…
The truth is that love it or hate it, peer reviews play an integral part of the scholarly publishing process and research authors must learn to live with it. But in the run-up to the Peer Review Week…