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  • Synthetic Journal Articles Could Drive Real Research Progress

    Synthetic Journal Articles Could Drive Real Research Progress

    How a machine learns to write and its implications or uses in academic publishing.

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  • Engineers Making an Impact

    Engineers Making an Impact

    5 ways engineers are changing the world

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  • Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    We spoke to political scientists about how to promote gender diversity in the field and in research communications.

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  • Curiosity in Research: An Illustrated History

    Curiosity in Research: An Illustrated History

    Researchers are people who never stopped questioning, and their quest for answers have the power to change the world.

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  • Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Happy 500th Anniversary, RCP! We’ve taken a look back at the Royal College of Physicians through the centuries to see just what it takes to make it to the big 5-0-0.

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  • #Research4Reform

    #Research4Reform

    Exploring the facts of Child-Parent Separation and the Impact on Children.

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  • Celebrating 500 Years of Medical Progress With the Royal College of Physicians

    Celebrating 500 Years of Medical Progress With the Royal College of Physicians

    Happy 500th Anniversary, RCP! We’ve taken a look back at the Royal College of Physicians through the centuries to see just what it takes to make it to the big 5-0-0.

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  • Why We March for Science

    Why We March for Science

    Watch highlights from the Washington DC March for Science and learn how societies can build strong advocacy programs.

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  • What Does Open Science Require? Cultural Change

    What Does Open Science Require? Cultural Change

    What are three critical barriers to open science? Henriikka Mustajoki of The Federation of Finnish Learned Societies explains.

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  • An Illustrated History of Open Science

    An Illustrated History of Open Science

    See how research communication has evolved over the last few hundred years in our short comic.

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  • How Should Journals Adapt to the Needs of the Next Generation of Researchers?

    How Should Journals Adapt to the Needs of the Next Generation of Researchers?

    We reflect on a roundtable for early career researchers identifying 'pains and gains' across various aspects of the research process.

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  • Finding Ways to Bridge the Research Accessibility Gap

    Finding Ways to Bridge the Research Accessibility Gap

    Tasked with inventing a new product for the publishing industry, four Wiley interns discuss their idea for making research more accessible

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  • Are scientific collaboration networks advancing Research?

    Are scientific collaboration networks advancing Research?

    An overview of a session on scientific collaboration networks at the STM Association Conference.

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  • The Future of Science: How Are Government Strategies Impacting Early Career Researchers?

    The Future of Science: How Are Government Strategies Impacting Early Career Researchers?

    Discover how government strategies impact the careers of early career researchers, and what needs to be done to provide more support for those pursuing a career in science.

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  • What do the next generation of researchers Want?

    What do the next generation of researchers Want?

    The latest in a series of posts covering Wiley's Executive Seminar, Terri Teleen, who chaired "The Next Generation of Researchers" panel, summarizes what we learned is important to young researchers.

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  • Using research to address global challenges

    Using research to address global challenges

    This blog post introduces open access journal Global Challenges, featuring a Q&A with the journal editors

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  • Research Communication in a Post-Truth World

    Research Communication in a Post-Truth World

    Can research survive when facts no longer matter? Learn how researchers, journalists, and societies can improve public trust in science.

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  • Annotating all knowledge: what it means and why it's important

    Annotating all knowledge: what it means and why it's important

    Annotating all knowledge: what it means and why it's important.

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  • 5 Alternative Career Paths for Life Science PhDs

    5 Alternative Career Paths for Life Science PhDs

    Life Science Consultant Craig Stropkay offers some alternative career paths for Life Science PhDs outside of academia.

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  • "Pressure to Publish" and the Reasons for Bias in the Research Literature

    "Pressure to Publish" and the Reasons for Bias in the Research Literature

    Wiley's Chris Graf discusses a paper offering a new analysis of bias and compromised research integrity in the published (and grey) literature.

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