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This article will provide some guidance on what is a research question, how it's different from hypothesis, how to write a research question, and what are some common…
Given the pressure on researchers to publish and that too in a foreign language, many non–English-speaking researchers may write the paper in their first language and…
Adhering to the guidelines prescribed by an exhaustive manual such as the American Medical Association Manual (AMA) of Style can be daunting. Here's a cheat sheet to…
Hedging is common in academic writing. But is it appropriate? And, if yes, how much should you hedge? This post explains it all. 
Students and early career researchers often need writing support the most but may find editorial services out of their reach. Editage has launched a new AI + Academic…
In this post, we will be talking about a few cases of rejection we’ve seen on the Editage Insights Q&A forum, how guidance by Editage senior editors helped them…
Here’s a simple yet effective recipe with five ingredients, which are key to creating a well-written, submission-ready manuscript that delights the journal editor and…
The long-drawn peer review process can be frustrating for not just for researchers, but also for the journal editor. How can you, the author, help accelerate the…
Does the task of writing make you nervous? Being aware of some of the most common pitfalls in scientific writing can help you avoiding them.   
Scientific writing requires the use of many symbols. It is important to understand the standard style conventions associated with using symbols to avoid…