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.
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.
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.
Journal selection is an important part of the publication process that is often neglected by authors of scientific manuscripts. So concerned are they with getting their findings written up and published, they ignore a vital step: selecting the journal most appropriate for their work.