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Part 01
By Jayashree Rajagopalan | June 15, 2015
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Global scientific output
Check out this infographic to know more STM publishing: how many research articles are published each year, by how many researchers, in how many peer-reviewed journals, how much revenue the STM publishing industry generates, and what trends have changed the direction of global STM publishing
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Part 02
By Sneha Kulkarni | June 17, 2015
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The future of science: 5 Predicted global trends in R&D expenditure and research output
Research and development (R&D) is crucial to scientific progress. Moreover, the investment of nations on R&D is highly discussed in international circles as it provides a broad picture of a country’s economic strength and future growth. Know about the latest developments in R&D expenditure globally and their impact on science in the coming years. 
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Part 03
By Sneha Kulkarni | June 19, 2015
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Understanding the citation patterns and the trends in the use of impact metrics is vital to gaining insights into the dynamic landscape of scholarly publishing.
Understanding the citation patterns and the trends in the use of citation metrics is vital to gaining insights into the dynamic landscape of scholarly publishing. Read on to know whether impact factor will continue to dominate scientific publication, what the latest global trends in citations are, and how citation patterns vary across disciplines and countries. As scientific literature continues to expand and become more accessible, the scientific community is placing increasing importance on... Read more
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Part 04
By Dr Matthieu PY | June 23, 2015
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Internationalization and Japanese research
Despite substantial investments in R&D, Japanese research output is not yielding the returns expected. In addition to having to dealing with a hierarchical educational system, Japanese researchers also lack opportunities and platforms for external collaboration. In the long run, international collaboration may hold the key to Japan's success in research.
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Part 05
By Dr Matthieu PY | June 24, 2015
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Japan's diminishing research output
Japan's investment in R&D is high. Despite this, Japanese research output is diminishing. Why is this happening? A hierarchical educational system, and lack opportunities and platforms for external collaboration are among the reasons for this decline. International collaboration will play a crucial role in helping Japan increase the quality ad quantity of its research output.
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Part 06
By Kakoli Majumder | June 25, 2015
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The landscape of science is changing with the emergence of new global trends, such as international collaboration, co-authorship, establishment of research networks, and researcher mobility
The landscape of scientific research is fast changing, with the emergence of new global players and upcoming trends that transcend geographical boundaries and reinforce the importance of collaboration and cooperation among nations. This article takes a look at some recent trends in international collaboration, such as hyperauthorship, establishment of research networks, and researcher mobility.
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Part 07
By Dr. Sun Huh | June 27, 2015
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The scientific landscape of Korea is undergoing a change
The scientific landscape of Korea is undergoing a change. With change at various levels, including a consistent growth of R&D budget, openness toward the acceptance of open access policy, rapid adoption of English languagea gradual internationalization of Korean STM journals, and more, the Korean STM journals are rapidly getting internationalized. Read on to gain an in-depth insight into the Korean scientific progress.  
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Part 08
By Jayashree Rajagopalan | June 29, 2015
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Open data mandates across the globe
Science is becoming open and how! Gone are the days when researchers and institutions believed in keeping scientific data  behind strict and complex institutional paywalls, at the risk of losing invaluable scientific inputs. Today many funding bodies are realizing the benefits of open data and are implementing their own open data mandates to capitalize on the long-term benefits of data sharing through their own or external repositories. This post explores the fascinating area of open data... Read more
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Part 09
By Editage Insights | June 30, 2015
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#MyWishForGlobalScience
What do you wish for a better future of science and academia? Our series of posts on Global Science explored the current trends in global scientific publishing and to enable the sharing of ideas among those passionate about science and research, we are launching the campaign #MyWishForGlobalScience. Given a chance, what would you want changed about today's science? A change begins with an idea; a simple thought. Join us to share your thoughts and ideas at #MyWishForGlobalScience.