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Great studies start with great questions. They’re relevant, interesting, and have broad appeal. Here’s how to formulate a superb research question.
Where do good research ideas come from? It’s a combination of curiosity and openness. Being ready for accidental and intentional thoughts. Here’s how to make them bubble up every day.
The IMRaD structure gives you a guideline to follow as you draft your manuscript. Starting with the Introduction, you’ll follow this conventional process. This is among our vital tips for scientific writing.
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.
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.