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Manuscript Writing

How is the background of a research study different from a literature review? Are you unsure about what sets them apart? This infographic lists 6 differences that will…
One of the most challenging aspects of preparing your manuscript is deciding which format your research findings should be presented in. Should you present your research…
 Your study background must prompt the readers to read the rest of your paper. Not sure how you can make the background of your study more engaging? This infographic…
INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Dos and 8 don'ts of writing an engaging study background
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While writing their research papers, many researchers are sligthly unclear about what they should include in the Results and Discussions sections. To…
A research paper abstract help readers decide whether they would like to read your entire paper and helps journal editors decide if your paper is worth spending their…
The title of your research paper helps readers and reviewers decide whether your paper covers the topic they are interested in. So you need to ensure that your paper's…
Social media is a global form of communication that helps you reach a very widespread audience, and therefore, it is necessary to use correct grammar while writing on…
The Oxford Comma is one of the most common form of punctuation used while writing a research paper. Researchers are often left confused as to when it should be used. To…
Plagiarism is a serious issue in the field of research. Plagiarism is often accidently and can be tricky to identify. Take a look at the infographic to understand the…
Plagiarism is one of the most common reasons for journal rejection and is considered a highly unethical practice. As an author, if you are found guilty of plagiarism,…