Maximizing Chances of Publication

In the modern world, every scientist who wants to publish findings in an international, peer-reviewed journal must write in English. This can be very challenging for people who are not native speakers of English. Indeed, it can be challenging for people who are native speakers. However, whether you are writing papers in your first or any other…
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Selectively Review the Literature 2/5

It is vital to review the relevant literature, to ensure that no important observations that either support your findings or contradict them have been missed.  Failure to mention such references will create a poor impression and may…

Drafting Papers: The Title 1

Writing a paper can seem an overwhelming task initially, since there are many points to include, and it may seem very difficult to arrange the information coherently and appropriately. However, scientific papers follow a standard format,…

Drafting Papers: The Abstract 2

Providing all the critical information in the Abstract can often seem difficult, since many points could usually be included, but word limits are generally very tight. Fortunately, jotting down a summary of the rationale, objectives,…

Drafting Papers: The Introduction 3

If a paper has an interesting Title, and an informative Abstract indicating that the paper provides novel information of interest to readers of the target journal, it will already be well on the way to being accepted. However, there are…