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Do You Want to Become a Peer Reviewer? (Final)

6. Actively connect with other researchers in your field Journal editors often use the reviewers’ suggestions. If you introduce yourself to researchers, your chances of being nominated as a reviewer will increase. Start conversations with fellow researchers and editors while attending conferences. Some journals also invite reviewers to keep in touch with them. This is Read more about Do You Want to Become a Peer Reviewer? (Final)[…]

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Do You Want to Become a Peer Reviewer? (First part)

Expert tips that are considered by journal editors Entering the world of peer review is not easy. In pursuit of both academic and research advancement, novice scholars are constantly looking for opportunities to take on the role of a peer reviewer. With the right motivation, determination, and tactics, you can successfully start your career in Read more about Do You Want to Become a Peer Reviewer? (First part)[…]

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Some Tips on How to Get a Patent for Your Research (final)

3. Perform a Thorough Search for the Patent Before filing a patent, you must make sure that this innovation is not anticipated in any other way before you take action. You can perform a comprehensive patent search to confirm this. There are several ways to identify existing patents: 1. You can search reputable databases, such Read more about Some Tips on How to Get a Patent for Your Research (final)[…]

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Some Tips on How to Get a Patent for Your Research

Obtaining a patent is one of the most important ways to protect intellectual property. To succeed and stay on top of the game, companies need to differentiate themselves from their competitors based on their intellectual property portfolios. A patent prevents your competitors from producing, using, distributing, or improving your innovation in a country or countries Read more about Some Tips on How to Get a Patent for Your Research[…]

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Journal Rejections: How Common Are They?

Irrespective of the researcher’s scientific profession, it is very common to be rejected by journals. The acceptance and rejection rate of scientific journals is an important criterion for choosing a journal for submission. However, information on the acceptance (or rejection) rates of journals is rarely available. There are significant differences between different disciplines. For example, Read more about Journal Rejections: How Common Are They?[…]

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Why is Copyright Licensing and Attribution Important to Researchers?

Copyright is a legal document for authors that protects their work from being used by others without their consent and reference. Copyright has a limited duration (up to 100 years after the author’s death) and its own legal requirements (usually depending on the country). Although there are specific international agreements to protect the work around Read more about Why is Copyright Licensing and Attribution Important to Researchers?[…]

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