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EDIQO Editing
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Expert English editing and manuscript preparation for publication in top English language journals. Launching Q1 2016.
Expert English editing and manuscript preparation for publication in top English language journals. Launching Q1 2016.

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Happy New Year from all of us at EDIQO.

We wish you all the best for the new year and are looking forward to continue to service you with our English language and copy-editing services throughout the year.

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Here are tips to write your PhD in English if English is not your mother tongue: http://bit.ly/2BSSj9Q
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Citation is not the only impact: in this short editorial Nature editors reveal reasons other than expected impact to accept a paper for publication. https://www.nature.com/news/citation-is-not-the-only-impact-1.22917
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In this interesting blog post, Paige Jarreau and Samantha Yammine advocate for scientist selfies as a way to improve public perception of scientists, as well as giving five evidence-based tips for your science Instagram selfies: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2017/08/21/scientist-selfies-instagramming-to-change-public-perceptions-of-scientists/
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10 institutions published more than 1,500 articles in journals covered by the Nature Index in 2016, totalling 10% of the index output. The list is headed by the French National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) with 4,971 papers published, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) came in second with 3,599 papers published. Read the full article on Nature Index: https://www.natureindex.com/news-blog/ten-institutions-contribute-to-more-than-ten-percent-index-output

About the index: "The Nature Index is a database of author affiliation information collated from research articles published in an independently selected group of 68 high-quality science journals. The database is compiled by Nature Research. The Nature Index provides a close to real-time proxy for high-quality research output at the institutional, national and regional level." (from Nature Index FAQ).
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Open access is on the rise: 45% of articles published in 2015 are freely accessible online, according to a new study. The preprint is available from PeerJ: https://peerj.com/preprints/3119/
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A glimpse into the future of book publishing. UCL Press has recently released the "Academic Book of the Future" as a so called Book as Open Online Content (BOOC) platform. The platform features articles, Storify stories, videos and more on the changing nature of scholarly book publishing. The book is available at https://ucldigitalpress.co.uk/BOOC/
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Sharing and explaining your research papers on social media can increase downloads by 23%, reports Charlie Rapple of Kudos. Read the full blog on Impact of Social Sciences.
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Digital tools are increasingly transforming research in the humanities. Watch this video about Palladio, an analytic software to explore and visualise complex historical datasets. Palladio is available at http://hdlab.stanford.edu/palladio/
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The journal Annals of Surgery retracts and replaces an article for language issues as the paper used only male pronouns. Read the full story on Retraction Watch.
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