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If you are looking for courses and input on Reading and Writing you can choose from the following topics:

>> Scientific Writing from a reader’s perspective (also adoptable for non-scientists)

>> Strategic Reading

>> Peer Review

>> Grant Writing (Research Funding)


Comparative Literature Search

Here are a few quick search results in counter-chronological order for “illegal pharmaceuticals" (example search). Be aware that each platform ...
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Community driven peer review for preprints

A couple of days ago on May 15th in Leipzig, Germany at the Mx Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA), ...
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Communication of Science: Out with the old and in with the new!

This post was originally published in Swedish at the Vetenskap & Allmänhet website. “VA is an independent Swedish non-profit membership organization that ...
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The ethics of copyright transfer for scientific research

On his blog Green Tea and Velociraptors our team colleague Jon Tennant questions the ethics of the widely practiced copyright transfer from ...
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Brain research in Kenya

This podcast was originally published at PhD Career Stories. Professor Alfred Orina Isaac is a Pharmaceutical Scientist at Kenya Technical University with ...
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When writing about research mind your audience

This podcast was originally published at PhD Career Stories. If the reader is to grasp what the writer means, the ...
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Don’t be afraid of writing a peer review

In his blog Green Tea and Velociraptors, Jon Tennant describes his approach to writing a peer review.  […] I remember the first time ...
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Can Open Access benefit your Career?

Our short answer is "YES". Do you need arguments in favor of Open Access (OA) in Research? Here you go: ...
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