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Industry Hot Topics

Although statistics is one of the primary tools of biomedical research, its misuse and abuse, whether intentional or unintentional, is widespread. It is, in fact, increasingly being identified as one of the chief factors for manuscript rejection. This article looks closely at the reasons behind...Read more
 I wish to submit my article in a journal. While selecting my target journal, can I check the terms of nal, that is, if the journal is indexed in Scopus, ISI or Scimago database. ...Read more
A published paper is not the end, but a means to the larger picture – the actual research itself – which is broader in scope than the paper. This post talks about the how the propositions in research do not cease to exist once a theory is supported or when a paper is published and how researchers...Read more
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Journal Publication Process

What are some of the specific variables I can measure from the influence of mentorship and coaching on succession planning?...Read more
In recent medical research, not only protocols of clinical trials but also protocols for systematic literature review are published as articles in many cases. If only the protocol papers of systematic review are published and the paper showcasing the results of the research has not yet been published,...Read more
My paper has finally been accepted with the comment “okay” after several objection emails. However, when I carefully checked this journal again (http://www.internationalsurgery.org/loi/insu?code=icsu-site), I found that it has been removed from MEDLINE, its Impact Factor has disappeared,...Read more
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Manuscript Preparation

When rewriting a thesis as a journal article, should we point this out anywhere in the manuscript? If so, where in the article should this be mentioned? ...Read more
The first and most important step in any research is to identify and delineate the research problem. However, many researchers find this task difficult. This article is a step-by-step guide to writing a statement of the problem for your research proposal....Read more
How to ensure that we have all available studies on the subject we are writing our systematic review on? How do we collect all relevant studies for the purpose of a thorough literature/systematic review?...Read more
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Quick Tips

Academia has traditionally been perceived as a dull world that has no room for humour and fun. But such an opinion is far from the truth. Putting such misconceptions to rest, this article lists 27 of the most hilarious academics on Twitter. Each of these Twitter accounts will bring out the silly,...Read more
As part of the four-year anniversary of Editage Insights, we would like you to join us as we take a look back at the fabulous journey so far. We want to share with you our successes and tell you what kept us busy over the last four years. This infographic will give you a look at the resources we have...Read more
It is very rare that two researchers from the same family receive the Nobel Prize. But what if the 2 researchers involved in the prize-winning research are both life partners as and research partners? This infographic lists five married couples where both partners have won the Nobel Prize, their prize-winning...Read more
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What's New?

Editage announced the launch of Ada, an Automated Document Assessment solution specifically designed to assess scientific content in research papers. Ada automatically assesses the quality of a submitted research manuscript vis-à-vis its readability and adherence to certain ethical requirements,...Read more
On May 8, U.S. President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal. The White House mentioned that it intends to reimpose strict economic sanctions that are targeted “to wind down operations in or business involving Iran.” As many across the globe are expressing...Read more
Last month, academic Twitter was abuzz with conversations around topics such as Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month, the March for Science Movement, and the contribution of libraries and librarians across the U.S. If you’ve been too busy to stay on top of these discussions, here’s a quick...Read more
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