Many authors make simple and avoidable errors when writing a manuscript. Here, we take a look at some of the most common mistakes, and how you can avoid them when submitting your paper to a journal.
This week, Bioedit announces a new partnership with Aries Editorial Manager Ingest, a sophisticated online publishing platform that will expand on the services Bioedit can offer its authors.
Preprints are unlikely to take over from established journals any time soon, but they do offer a novel and exciting way of getting research published. We explain the thinking behind this interesting approach to publication, and explore the options on offer to researchers today.
With the number of predatory journals taking advantage of researchers on the rise, we share just a few simple tips to help authors check the journals they plan to submit their valuable work to.
Over the weekend, we at Bioedit were very sorry to hear about the recent passing of one of our colleagues, Dr. Sally Meiners.
As millions worldwide celebrate the start of the Lunar new year this week, we joined the Asian communities of Manchester to celebrate with four days of events around the city.
When writing a scientific manuscript, a clear, complete and concise methods section is a must. In this post, we take a look at this all-important part of your research and identify the points you should include to ensure your paper gets published.
With the UK holiday season approaching, we would like to announce our Christmas and New Year editing deadlines for authors wishing to send us manuscripts over the next 3 weeks.
In the aftermath of Open Access Week, we take a look at how some scientists are resorting to online piracy to access content that they cannot afford.
Back for its eighth year, Open Access Week encourages discussion on the state of open access publishing worldwide. Here, we’ve collected some of the articles that have interested us so far this week.