Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)

I. Critical Approach to Problems Quick and easy understanding of the information provided by the professors or authors enables the researcher to pay attention to easily pass the surface and reach the deeper layers and dimensions of the issues.  So the researcher can notice issues, such as internal consistency and coherence, consistency with the previous Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

H. Holistic and Structured Approach to Understanding Problems The process of thinking, in addition to requiring the researcher’s knowledge of the available information, is only possible in the light of the integration and adjustment of information. So lack of the ability of systematic thinking not only makes thinking difficult but sometimes even makes it difficult Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 1)

The researcher must have specific intrinsic and acquired qualities, to be able to carry out research activities. Lack of these traits hinders the pursuit of research or makes conduction of research slow and difficult. The characteristics of a good researcher can be divided into the three categories of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral. A) Cognitive Characteristics Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 1)[…]

Writing a Research Grant Proposal

Writing a Research Grant Proposal

An external fund is usually needed to succeed in research and it is important to have the proper writing skills for getting this Grant. Because there is so much pressure for publication of the articles and it is becoming increasingly difficult to get a fund. Nowadays, the controversial ideas of the researchers are of little Read more about Writing a Research Grant Proposal[…]

How to Withdraw Your Article

How to Withdraw Your Article

When you are sure about your intention to withdraw your article, you must follow some steps. But we do not recommend article withdrawal. Please use it only in critical cases. Note that journals pay a significant price for reviewing each article. So use it only if you or other writers have a compelling reason. Step Read more about How to Withdraw Your Article[…]

Types of Rejections of the Article

Types of Rejections of the Article

1. Rejection Based on the Editor’s Opinion Before Review: This is usually because your article is not within the scope of the journal, or there is a great literature review in that area. Top journals may reject your article because of its poor writing, grammatical errors or lack of innovation. If this is the case, Read more about Types of Rejections of the Article[…]

How to Choose the Tense of English Verbs in Different Parts of A Scientific Article?(2)

How to Choose the Tense of English Verbs in Different Parts of A Scientific Article? (2)

Verb Tenses in the Methods of the Article In the methods section, we describe what has happened during the study. So it is better to use the simple past tense for verbs. Example: “We tested independently derived cultures for resistance to trimethoprim.” “Cells were transfected, irradiated, and assayed for DNA damage.” When one action occurs Read more about How to Choose the Tense of English Verbs in Different Parts of A Scientific Article? (2)[…]

Important Tips for Writing Scientific Articles (Part 2)

Important Tips for Writing Scientific Articles (Part 2)

Edit, Revise, and Edit Again Editing can be a magical step that transforms your article and gives it a more formal look. Editing a scientific paper makes it ready for submission to a journal. If you decide to edit your article yourself, you should stay away from it for a few days after you finish Read more about Important Tips for Writing Scientific Articles (Part 2)[…]

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