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How to Tailor Your Research for a General Audience
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How to Tailor Your Research for a General Audience

In order to amplify the impact of your research, it's important to connect with the wider community and tailor your message to reach them. Identifying target audiences is key, and could include industry experts, policy makers, the media, enthusiasts and the public at large. Prioritizing the most important target audiences can be done by considering the size of the audience and their level of interest, focusing on individuals who are most likely to view or share your work.

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10 min

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Prof. Sabino's Research Group Sequences SARS-CoV-2 in Less Than 48 Hours

Prof. Ester Sabino is an Associate Professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases at the School of Medicine, University of São Paulo (USP). After being notified of the first case of COVID-19 in Brazil, Sabino and her team of researchers from USP, together with researchers from the Adolfo Lutz Institute and the University of Oxford (UK), completed genetic sequencing of SARS-CoV-2 in less than 48 hours. Learn more about this Brazilian researcher and how she has contributed to the development of research in Brazil.

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12 min

the time is takes for peer review
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Peer Review: How We Found 15 Million Hours of Lost Time

A large amount of time, nearly 15 million hours, is spent on reviewing rejected papers each year. An industry standard for portable peer review would reduce the amount of time busy researchers spend reviewing and re-reviewing the same papers.

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5 min

What is a Good Impact Factor for a Journal?
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What is a Good Impact Factor for a Journal?

A good journal impact factor (IF) is often the main consideration for researchers when they’re looking for a place to publish their work. Many researchers assume that a high impact factor indicates a more prestigious journal.

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11 min

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How to Write Scientific Names of Plants and Animals

Scientific names, or taxonomic names, are the unique nomenclature used in biology to refer to specific species. The purpose of these names is to standardize species names across regions, languages, and cultures to avoid confusion and ambiguity.

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9 min

The Ultimate Grant Writing Guide (and How to Find and Apply for Grants)
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The Ultimate Grant Writing Guide (and How to Find and Apply for Grants)

Securing grants requires strategic planning. Identifying relevant opportunities, building collaborations, and crafting a comprehensive grant proposal are crucial steps. Read our ultimate guide on grant writing, finding grants, and applying for grants to get the funding for your research.

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18 min

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Research Conferences: 10 Tips to Maximize Your Experience

Conferences can benefit researchers' labs and careers. Learn 10 ways to make the most of your time at one!

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5 min

aje's free grammar check for scientists and academics
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AJE's Free Grammar Check for Scientists and Academics

The AJE grammar check tool is free to use. AJE's grammar check tool checks your academic paper for clarity, incorrect grammar, readability, and consistency.

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5 min

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What are Analytical Study Designs?

Analytical study designs can be experimental or observational and each type has its own features. In this article, you'll learn the main types of designs and how to figure out which one you'll need for your study.

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11 min