Research presentation posters haven’t changed much over the years. This is your chance. Disrupt things a bit, while communicating your science. It’ll change your career. How’s what to do.
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Your cover letter is your chance to explain and “sell” your research. It ups your publication chances. Yet many researchers overlook the cover letter. Here’s a comprehensive guide.
So you’ve written an amazing abstract that will make people want to read your paper? Great! But FIRST your paper must be FOUND by the reader. This means you need the right TITLE and KEYWORDS.
Competition isn’t often discussed in academia, but it sure matters. Citations, funding, prestige – they’re all related to competition. You can “beat” your competition with better writing. Here’s what to do.
Most readers will read an article’s Abstract to decide whether the full paper should be downloaded. Some journals send only the abstract of a paper to editorial staff or editorial board members to decide if the paper should be sent for peer review.
FREE Live Webinar Event with our own Dr. Gareth Dyke! Friday Sept 17 2021: “Research Superpowers Part 2” Learn how the world’s top researchers focus their skills!
Can your mountains of unpublished data be turned into papers? The answer, very often, is YES! This article outlines some steps you can take.
Choose the right journal for your work and you’ll gain exposure and prestige. Here’s a comprehensive roadmap for choosing the best journal. And a secret (and free tool) that may change your life.
Are you considering creating and publishing a REVIEW PAPER? This article summarizes the different kinds of review papers written by researchers globally and provides some advice, tips, and tricks!
Peer review takes time, but how long? Find what to do (and NOT to do) when waiting to hear back from the journal about your submission.
To increase your research publication rate, know why you’re doing it, then apply these techniques for short- and long-term gains. You might not know about a couple of these. They really work!
Want to step outside the researcher ‘bubble’? Start with ONE basic question: HOW will this work address a question that affects the lives of normal people?
If you submit the same, or a similar, manuscript to more than one journal, that’s unethical and even illegal. Read about multiple submission, how and why you must not do it, and what to do instead.
STOP using these USELESS or unprofessional WORDS and PHRASES in your research writing! (FREE PDFs)
Salami publishing means dividing your research findings into thin “slices” (like cutting a salami), and publishing each one separately to try to increase your total publication count. Here’s why you must never do it.
How would you approach a senior researcher in your field? How can you promote your research to conference attendees while you are away from your poster? Every researcher should have a good elevator pitch!
A color-coded guide on how to quickly scan a piece of research literature and decide whether to read it more deeply/critically Five overall approaches
Where do good research ideas come from? Does it come down to the quality of our ideas? Our research process management skills? Actually, the answer is both of these! Let’s see how it’s done!
If you reply effectively to peer review, you’ll likely be published. Here’s how to write a response/rebuttal letter that seals the deals for your research being published.
Do you have your own ORCiD researcher identification number? It’s free and we recommend it. Increasing numbers of researchers around the world have signed up for an ORCiD so they and their work can be identified.
Here are the two most likely explanations: (1) Someone else working on the same question was simply faster than you. (2) Someone gained access to your work before submission, or while your paper was under review.
Thinking about moving from a PhD to a postdoc? Don’t panic! Feeling confused or overwhelmed about your life after a PhD? Don’t
Been asked to perform peer review for a journal? Turn it into a career opportunity! Let’s find out why doing peer reviews is great
You can be different in your research writing — more eye-catching and more memorable! This is also important if you are going to get your work published in leading journals where editors, of course, want to see work that’s a little different.
The Internet has changed the way people publish and share their research. Explore all the ways you can publish your research and find what works best for you.
Editors working on articles for language do two things: They correct (often following checklists and style guides) and they enhance readability. These two parts of the editing process are both very important.
Of course, we teach about, and advise on, journal selection at the Edanz Learning Lab; this is one of the most important questions researchers face throughout the academic writing and publishing journey. But what is impact, really? University around the world have been moving away from research assessments based only on journals.
Suffering from writer’s block? Here are some tips and tricks from our expert writing team on how to ‘beat the block‘!
FREE Live Webinar Event with our own Dr. Gareth Dyke! Friday May 14 2021: “ACADEMIC BRANDING” How to improve your visibility, networking, and career opportunities
One of our papers came back from review the other day with a decision of ‘major revisions required’. Is this good news? What does this really mean?