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On December 1, Dutch microbiologist Elizabeth Bik was announced as the winner of the prestigious John Maddox prize for her “outstanding work exposing widespread threats to research integrity in…

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Acknowledgments are probably the easiest section to write in a research paper, but can often be tricky! This article discusses the purpose of the acknowledgements…

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It is only natural to feel anxiety or, sometimes, a sense of foreboding when you receive a journal editor’s decision letter with reviewer comments…

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A well-conducted peer review ensures that only rigorously conducted and high-quality research is published and that authors are encouraged to meet the required…

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Academic research is an exciting but challenging profession, and researchers often struggle to manage their work and personal life responsibilities. Find out how a researcher came up with a…

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This article discusses findings from a recent survey on how COVID-19 has affected the lives of PhD supervisors.

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to its knees, with the accompanying deluge of disinformation only making matters worse. However, a report by Nature revealed that when doctors,…

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Hijacked journals have come back into focus recently, and they can cause more damage than predatory journals to the scholarly record. Learn what they are and how to identify them.

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In Part 2 of this series, they open up about what living with mental illness is like and how this affects their personal and work lives. As you listen to their day-to-day experiences and struggles…

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In Part 2 of this series, they open up about what living with mental illness is like and how this affects their personal and work lives. As you listen to their day-to-day experiences and struggles…