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Academics, especially early career researchers and PhD-holders, are now finding a new way to offer their services as freelancers or consultants to industries that require their skill-set. Learn why a growing number of academics are turning to freelance careers. ...Read more
Epigenetic regulation—modification of gene expression from the “outside”—is an important part of the overall genetic processes within a cell. A group of scientists from Tokyo University of Science now reveal a novel epigenetic regulation mechanism that is involved in DNA damage repair in...Read more
In a new study, Professor Hideo Noda of the School of Management at the Tokyo University of Science examined data from 34 OECD countries and appraised the effects of factors on the life satisfaction of both women and men in an effort to close some of the gaps in the existing research on the topic....Read more
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Journal Publication Process

I am a postgrad in China studying for a master's degree, and I’m preparing my graduation essay. Through my school's online library, I found a doctoral paper whose author is from a university in the UK. I excerpted and summarized a case from that paper and cited it in my own graduation essay. Is this...Read more
I am going to submit a manuscript to American Psychological Association (APA). Before the submission, I have to acquire signatures from co-authors on documents regarding Research Ethics and Conflict of Interest. Should I integrate their signatures into one sheet of paper?...Read more
I submitted an original article of around 3000 words, but the journal replied that they would accept a short communication article compressed to around 800 words. I can’t decide if I should revise it as advised and resubmit, or I should resubmit the original article to another journal which has...Read more
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Manuscript Preparation

Quick Tips

Many authors consider lab work easier than writing a research paper. The main challenges they face while doing the latter include structuring the research paper and following the relevant style conventions. Apart from this, authors are often confused about the language to be used in scientific papers...Read more
Google Scholar is a tool researchers commonly use for conducting literature searches. This post shares eight great tips to help make your Google Scholar search more effective....Read more
Research in many subject areas or fields involves the collection, archiving, and analysis of large amounts of data. From graduate students to veteran professors, laboratory notebooks are the holy grail to note anything and everything that occurs in their research. However, written notes can become inconvenient...Read more
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What's New?

Public trust in science has grown recently among the US citizens reveals a recent survey. The findings also throw light on the people’s perception on various aspects of science. ...Read more
A new research integrity committee will monitor misconduct investigations conducted by UK universities. The committee will work under United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) and start operating early in summer 2020....Read more
Understand what China's Belt and Road Initiative is and how science is an important aspect of the plans. ...Read more
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