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Take advantage of ThinkSCIENCE’s free proof checks to ensure your edited or translated research is clear and accurate

Everything you need to know about proof checks

WRITING
High-quality editing and translation may require some communication between the author and the editor or translation team (translator + editor). When the authors read the first edit or translation of their manuscript, they may want their editor or translator to look again at some specific parts of the text. This will be done during another cycle of checking and revising the text, known as a “proof check”. Not all authors will need a proof check, but some who make changes...
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Poster presentations: Comprehensive tips and important considerations

PRESENTING
For researchers, bringing attention to your work, sharing and discussing your results with others, and keeping up to date with the latest developments in your field are ever-important challenges. Nowadays, many researchers share their work via social media using infographics, videos, and other forms of enhanced publications, but the benefits of more traditional methods of discussing your work in-person, such as at conferences, should not be underestimated...
Hijacked or cloned journals that researchers should avoid publishing their research papers in

Tips for identifying and avoiding hijacked journals

PUBLISHING
From spam emails to Twitter (now X) bots impersonating politicians and celebrities, the Internet is rife with bad actors, and it is important to exercise a certain level of caution in our online interactions. The same is true in the academic publishing world as well. In some cases, journals may not always be what they appear. In this article, we offer some practical tips on how you can avoid publishing in “highjacked” journals (also known as "cloned" journals), where...
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