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The voice of women in academia is growing stronger and yet the gender gap continues to be a prominent issue even today. Women often have to shoulder more responsibilities and balance the different…
Wouldn’t it be interesting to take a peek into how academic mothers managed their work while also taking care of their kids during the pandemic? We spoke to three remarkable academic mothers who…
To help researchers avoid a desk rejection decision and speed through manuscript submission, Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a technology company facilitating scientific advancement, is organizing…
Last week, the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) announced the retraction of 68 articles from three of its titles – RSC Advances, RSC Medicinal Chemistry, and Food and Function – on grounds of…
Along with motivation, successful and self-reliant researchers possess some skills that help them stay ahead of the curve. I’ve handpicked five that I personally think are essential for researchers.…
As a researcher, I'm sure you're no stranger to long working hours, multitasking, and occassional setbacks. Between the daily tasks and stressors if you feel low at any point, this video will be your…
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), a non-profit publisher that publishes the Science group of journals, recently announced a new policy to align itself with Plan S
As the post-Brexit transition period was coming to an end, on December 24, the European Union (EU) and the UK struck an agreement that ends the uncertainty around UK’s participation in Horizon Europe…
Today is the 7th anniversary of Editage Insights! And what makes this day all the more special for me is that today I am writing this post as Editage Insights’ new Editor-in-Chief.