4 October 2019
Just how deep is this time and money sinkhole?
3 September 2019
Gemma Conroy, Bec Crew
From CRISPR to CLARITY, here are some of the most high-profile studies.
30 August 2019
Keep it constructive.
29 August 2019
Publishing in an “international” journal now refers to an English-language journal.
28 August 2019
Carsten Lund Pedersen
"Gurus breed gurus."
23 August 2019
The difference between highly cited and lowly cited papers.
8 August 2019
It could mean the difference between rejection and acceptance.
7 August 2019
There’s no one way to 'game the system'.
26 July 2019
It’s hard to think about lab problems when you’re dangling upside-down by your ankles.
25 July 2019
Writing over the holidays can be effective, but should be approached thoughtfully.
24 July 2019
The skills and strategies — as well as the invisible structural factors — that contribute to scientific productivity.
18 July 2019
A checklist for success.
11 July 2019
What they don’t teach at your institution.
7 September 2017
Bogus journals and their victims are widespread, study finds.
29 August 2017
10 March 2017
COMMENT: Researchers, explain yourselves
18 January 2017
Applying for ethics approval cost Adrian Barnett's research group $348,000 in staff time, and delayed the research by six months.