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As an author, it is quite difficult to write concisely. After all, you have so much to say! But when submitting your manuscript to a journal, you must ensure that you…
Ever wondered what happens to your manuscript once it is submitted to a journal? Does the fate of your paper depend solely on peer review? What are the stages your paper…
Scientific writing is all about clarity and precision. Using the right vocabulary is critical to writing an effective scientific manuscript. This SlideShare provides a…
A literature review is a critical summary of all the published works on a particular topic. Most research papers include a section on literature review as part of the…
Original research articles constitute a major portion of academic journal publishing. These slides will help you with four important steps of writing an original…
As a researcher, you are expected to start publishing early in your career. But original research could take years to complete! This does not mean that you cannot…
Presenting at an academic conference is an essential and inevitable part of a researcher's life. In order to make a successful and effective conference presentation,…
A cover letter introduces your submission to the target journal’s editors and gives them a brief overview of its contents and major details. As such, your cover letter…
2015 was a busy year for the academic publishing world, with many trend-setting practices, significant discoveries, and innovations. During the year, we spoke to several…
A scientific manuscript should be clear, objective, and bias-free. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that authors are aware of the nuances of words related to gender,…