Research communication is evolving slightly faster than in the past, it’s not exactly a Cambrian explosion, but the evolutionary analogy… Read more Do academics need clearer incentives to encourage them to adopt new research communication methods?
Negative results are to be expected in experimental science. Most researchers have lab books and files full of negative… Read more Negative results or contributions to knowledge?
What do you do with your old research data? When I finished my final postdoctoral position a few years ago… Read more Immortalising my old research data
Last week we ran the first Edinburgh Publishing Conference (EPC 2013) which explored innovations and disruption in academic, news media… Read more Publishing: Evolution, Disruption & the Future
The Scientific Editing Company is proud to be sponsoring the Edinburgh Publishing Conference on 12th June! The conference tickets have… Read more Edinburgh Publishing Conference – 12th June
There are a number of reasons why some countries publish more than others but it is no real surprise that… Read more The top 20 countries for scientific output
Einstein once said, “A person who has not made his great contribution to science before the age of thirty will… Read more Age & science: do scientists make their best discoveries during their 30s?