Should Researchers Publish or Patent First?
November 23 2020

Should Researchers Publish or Patent First?

It’s D-day! Finally, years and years of hard work have paid off – the invention you were working on is a success! You are extremely eager to unwrap and reveal your ‘creation’ to the world. You gear up to write that cutting-edge paper and publish it in a top-notch journal. But wait! Are you ruining y

November 23 2020

Methionine Addiction: The Fundamental Hallmark of Cancer

The Hoffman EffectImportance of methionine addiction in cancerMethylation and transmethylation reactionsCancer treatment using methionine restrictionEnago in collaboration with AntiCancer, Inc.—the world’s leading preclinical cancer contract research organization—is glad to announce an advanced sess

Guest Post: Predicting and Strategically Planning for the Uncertain Future
November 19 2020

Guest Post: Predicting and Strategically Planning for the Uncertain Future

This guest post is drafted by an expert team from Wiley. Wiley is one of the world’s leading providers of online resources covering scientific, medical, technical, social and physical sciences, and humanities. It provides solutions and learning resources, educational content and services to research

Guest Post: How to Publish With Confidence: A Comprehensive iThenticate Guide
November 12 2020

Guest Post: How to Publish With Confidence: A Comprehensive iThenticate Guide

This guest post is drafted by an expert team from iThenticate. iThenticate helps researchers surface potential plagiarism by uploading and comparing submissions against more than 170 million scholarly articles, a database of 70+ billion current and archived web pages. This ensures that they will pas

Guest Post: 5 Things to Look For in a Research Writing Platform
November 10 2020

Guest Post: 5 Things to Look For in a Research Writing Platform

This is a guest post drafted by the expert team at AuthorCafé, a unique platform designed exclusively for academics wherein they can write, collaborate, and communicate their research, all at the same time.Being able to access your research writing from anywhere and at any time is crucial. However,

Too Much at Stake to Win the Billion Dollar COVID-19 Vaccine Race!
November 9 2020

Too Much at Stake to Win the Billion Dollar COVID-19 Vaccine Race!

While the world eagerly awaits the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine, there are several questions that remain! By when can we expect the vaccine to be ready? Is it safe to participate in the ‘human challenge’ vaccine trials? Are COVID-19 vaccine trials being rushed, thereby compromising their efficacy

Journal Rejections: How Common are They?
November 5 2020

Journal Rejections: How Common are They?

Journal rejections are common, irrespective of the researcher’s academic career. The acceptance rate of scholarly journals is an important selection criterion for authors choosing where to submit their manuscripts. However, information about the acceptance (or rejection rates) of individual journals

The Perfect Research Co-author: How do I Find You?
November 2 2020

The Perfect Research Co-author: How do I Find You?

Multi-author papers are on the rise in several academic disciplines. Science done in large teams widens the scope of knowledge sharing. Collaboration and co-authoring with other researchers have several benefits. It makes the research more efficient and productive as every co-author brings his/her e

How Can Early Career Researchers Be More Involved with Scientific Societies
October 30 2020

How Can Early Career Researchers Be More Involved with Scientific Societies

Early career researchers (ECRs) are an important part of the scientific community. They are at the starting of their career and may be haven’t got much of experience yet. However, they also mark the future of the scientific community. They are the ones who would bring in the next set of discoveries

Open Access Publishing – Busting the Common Myths – Part 2
October 23 2020

Open Access Publishing – Busting the Common Myths – Part 2

Open access publishing accelerates the advancement of scientific knowledge by making it freely accessible to all the stakeholders. Furthermore, sharing of research facilitates greater communication across disciplines and assists in finding innovative solutions to traditional problems. The research c

Open Access Publishing – Busting the Common Myths – Part 1
October 22 2020

Open Access Publishing – Busting the Common Myths – Part 1

Open access (OA) publishing works on a simple concept: ‘Unlimited access to scholarly work without fees or subscription for its readers’. OA research levels the scientific field for all the key players of the research ecosystem, ensuring fair play. These include independent scholars with limited res

Ramp-up Your Scientific Research With ‘The Research Lab Toolkit’
October 14 2020

Ramp-up Your Scientific Research With ‘The Research Lab Toolkit’

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unforeseen upheaval in the scientific ecosystem. Consequently, the traditional systems of scientific publications and working protocols in the research lab, have witnessed a substantial change. Gradually, the world is attempting to flex its muscles and resume rese

All You Need To Know About Abbreviations and Acronyms
October 13 2020

All You Need To Know About Abbreviations and Acronyms

Abbreviations and acronyms are shortened forms of word (s) or phrases (s). They assist in making manuscripts easy to read and understand. Additionally, they help in meeting the strict word-count targets, avoiding the repetition of words, thereby making the text easy to read. Many times, authors intr

A Crash Course on Biostatistics | Part II
October 8 2020

A Crash Course on Biostatistics | Part II

Clinical Study DesignsHypothesis TestingP-value Approach (Probability Testing)Types of ErrorsThe application of Biostatistics is critical for creating robust study designs and interpreting the findings in the clinical research arena. Enago conducted an informative three-part webinar series with an e

Top Five Tips to Preserve Mental Health While Working From Home
October 8 2020

Top Five Tips to Preserve Mental Health While Working From Home

One of the different ways in which the pandemic has affected us is the Work from Home situation. With the strict social distancing norms coming into effect, we have been restricted to remain within our homes, precisely work from homes. While work from home is common in several corporate companies, r

Why Clinical Research is a Hot Career Choice For 2021 and Beyond
September 30 2020

Why Clinical Research is a Hot Career Choice For 2021 and Beyond

Imagine waking up to the news that the vaccine you relentlessly worked upon has saved millions of lives across the globe! Clinical research is one of the noblest fields that attempt to improve the quality of life! It involves translating basic and advanced research involving human subjects into nove

How are SCIE-Indexed Journals Different From SCI-Indexed Journals?
September 28 2020

How are SCIE-Indexed Journals Different From SCI-Indexed Journals?

It is time to publish! My data collection and analysis are complete, and I have what I believe is a significant story to share with the scientific community. Now I need to decide which journal to submit my manuscript to. This is not as easy as it sounds. There are the obvious criteria – such as the

Pharmacovigilance Post COVID-19: Opportunities and Challenges
September 25 2020

Pharmacovigilance Post COVID-19: Opportunities and Challenges

Pharmacovigilance (PV) deals with drug-related problems: detecting, understanding, and preventing adverse effects. Patient safety is the key goal of PV. Many approved medicines carry a risk of adverse effects. Although the benefits to the patient outweigh these risks, physicians and researchers need

Plan S: A Revolution in Open Access Publishing
September 25 2020

Plan S: A Revolution in Open Access Publishing

Open Access PublishingIntroduction to cOAlition S and Plan SPrinciples, Aims, and Scope of Plan SRequirements for OA JournalsOne of the significant developments in Open Access publishing is the introduction of Plan S by a group of Research Funding Organizations associated with Science Europe, the Eu

Should AI Write Research Papers On Behalf of Authors?
September 24 2020

Should AI Write Research Papers On Behalf of Authors?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made it to the field of research publishing. In the past decade, AI and machine learning have transformed several industries. The disruptive technology of AI is making it easier and faster to automate several processes. In the academic publishing industry, AI-based t

Punctuation Rules: Do They Really Matter?
September 24 2020

Punctuation Rules: Do They Really Matter?

Can you imagine a world without punctuation it does not seem to be a big deal does it people cannot imagine a world without Netflix Instagram Wi-Fi or Smartphones but it would hardly matter if suddenly all the commas apostrophes periods parentheses question marks dashes etc disappeared from the Engl

How Should Authors Deal with Mixed Reviewer Reports?
September 24 2020

How Should Authors Deal with Mixed Reviewer Reports?

The 2020 Peer Review Week, from 21 to 25 September, is dedicated to “Trust in Peer Review.” Nearly everyone in the academic and scientific communities would agree on the importance of the peer review process. As well as ensuring the quality of published research, peer review can provide authors with