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Industry Hot Topics

Imagine that you have working tirelessly on a grant proposal keeping all the other work aside, and sent the proposal with a lot of hope. And then you are communicated that your proposal was rejected! This can be extremely disappointing. To avoid your grant proposal from being rejected, this article provides...Read more
Regarding the list of publications to be provided during the application for Grant-in-aid for scientific research ('KAKENHI' in Japanese), which points are evaluated? Is the impact factor or the number of citations focused on as the evaluation criteria? If yes, should the publications at journals with...Read more
An inspiring post in which an early-career researcher narrates her personal story and takes us through the ups and downs of her on-going journey as a PhD student. She also shares some valuable life lessons she picked up along the way. ...Read more
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Journal Publication Process

It is very surprising that we had a manuscript rejected based on priority issues despite the fact that reviewers' comments are very positive with one of them declaring no specific issues about the paper! If the issue of priority was the cause of rejection, why did the editor not reject it at the beginning instead...Read more
Two weeks ago, I submitted a manuscript to a journal and two days after submission the status changed from "Manuscript submitted" to "To author." I checked every folder of my email account but I have not received any email from the journal except the confirmation of submission. Does it...Read more
I want examples of researchable questions and hypothesis on ethics in business...Read more
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Manuscript Preparation

Once we have cleared the entrance examination for PhD, how to write a synopsis on the topic of my research?...Read more
How can I create a good research title of this statement: "Being a boxing trainer himself, a student examined the function of boxing as a way to help adolescents with a criminal record to deal with aggression?"...Read more
Which of the following is an appropriate title for an article?1. Are ABO blood groups related to overweight or obesity?: Based on 6 years of experience in two centers in Sulaimani Governorate, Kurdistan Region/ Iraq.2. Association of ABO group types to overweight and obesity: Based on six years of experience...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?

For nineteen months since U.S. President Donald Trump took office, the position of the leader of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) has remained unoccupied. Now the President will be nominating meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier as the science advisor. Read more about the candidate...Read more
The International Mathematical Union announced the winners of the 2018 Fields Medal, one the most prestigious prizes in mathematics. Awarded every four years, it is bestowed on mathematicians 40 years old or younger for their contribution to mathematics. Read on to find out who are this year's winners. ...Read more
Hasn’t July been a busy month on the scholarly communication and academic publishing front? We know it may not have been easy to catch up with all the happenings. From discussions about gender disparity in the field of academia to the relationship between science and politics, a lot has transpired!...Read more
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