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How to write an A+ research paper

This article lists some of the stages involved in writing a library-based research paper. Although this list suggests that there is a simple, linear process to writing such a paper, the actual process of writing a research paper is often

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Writing the first draft of your science paper — some dos and don’ts

Four steps to preparing your first draft Here is the process I use: Think about the topic you want to present, for some days or weeks. Make figures and tables. Then write as quickly as possible, as if thinking out

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Open access: six myths to put to rest

Open access to research is still held back by misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better, says reader Open access to academic research has never been a hotter topic. But it’s still held back by myths and misunderstandings repeated by people who

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Posted in Journal Selection, Open access, Peer-reviewed Journal, Science

Why we are not ready for radical changes in science publishing?

There are indeed concerns about the current science publishing model, but until major changes in grant funding are incorporated, researchers will continue to lust after publications in high-tier journals. Having had the honor of attending back-to-back lectures by Nobel awardees

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Why publish science in peer-reviewed journals?

Peer review is commonly accepted as an essential part of scientific publication. But the ways peer review is put into practice vary across journals and disciplines. What is the best method of peer review? Is it truly a value-adding process?

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Six things to do before writing your manuscript

A new study, “How to Prepare a Manuscript for International Journals” — a seasoned editor gives advice to boost your chances of acceptance I think that sometimes researchers are not trained by their supervisors in writing scientific papers during the

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Ten tips for reviewing scientific manuscripts and 5 red flags

Ten tips for reviewing 1. Ensure that the subject is within your purview of expertise: Thus, if you are an interventional cardiologist, it would probably be best if you declined an opportunity to review a manuscript involving the pathogenesis of

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Ten things you need to know about the publishing process

1. Getting a paper published is a collaboration If there is one point that I’d most like you take away from this talk, it’s that the process of getting a paper published is a collaboration among authors, reviewers and editors.

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8 reasons why journal accepts your article

It’s the responsibility of every editor-in-chief to maintain and develop their journal’s profile and reputation. The editor also has the final responsibility for content, ensuring that it meets the aims and scope of the journal and reflects changes in the

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Eight reasons why journal rejects your article

When a manuscript is submitted to a high-quality scholarly journal, it goes through intense scrutiny  — even before it’s seen by the editor-in-chief and selected for peer review. A journal editor reveals the top reasons so many manuscripts don’t make it

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