The previous post explained the main duties of the corresponding author before a manuscript is submitted to the journal. This post talks about what a corresponding author should do after manuscript…
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The role of a corresponding author is an important one in the publication process. This post gives you a brief idea of what it means to be a corresponding author of a study and what you need to do…
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to reverse net neutrality in the country. This means that going forward, Internet service providers can restrict some websites; reduce the…
In order to make science truly open, we need to move beyond providing free access to scientific output and think about making the non-scientific community understand scientific research. This article…
If you are a publisher who has not yet explored social media, it’s time you reconsidered that decision. If you thought that being on social media only benefits individual researchers, you are…
Here, I share some personal observations and thoughts while attending the Eighth International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication in Chicago, which dedicated three days to intensive…
Editage Insights is attending the 2017 Peer Review Congress. In line with the theme of innovations in peer review, the session on post-publication issues on day three of the conference included…
Often when we talk about peer review, we focus on the various forms of journal submissions that undergo close scrutiny. The second day of the 2017 Peer Review Congress included a session on the less-…
Editage Insights is attending the 2017 Peer Review Congress and this is a report of an interesting session on the the first day of the conference that involved discussions on the common problems in…
This infographic depicts the journey of a manuscript from submission to publication in the conventional publishing model that includes the blinded peer review process.