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Educated. Inspired. Connected.

Philip Lewis

Educated. Inspired. Connected.

Young scientist Philip Lewis reflects on his highlights of #LINO18

Wie sieht die Zukunft des wissenschaftlichen Publizierens aus?

Judith M. Reichel

Wie sieht die Zukunft des wissenschaftlichen Publizierens aus?

Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten zu publizieren ist ein riesiger Anteil im Leben und der Karriere von Wissenschaftlern. Im letzten Jahrzehnt wurde jedoch mehr und mehr Wert auf einzelne große Journale und Impact-Faktoren gelegt. Dies muss geändert werden, aber wie?

What Will the Future of Scientific Publishing Look Like?

Judith M. Reichel

What Will the Future of Scientific Publishing Look Like?

Publishing papers is a huge part of a researcher’s life and career. But over the last decades more and more emphasis has been put on a handful of big journals and the impact factor has become the currency of academia. This needs to change, but how?

In Transition: Scientific Publishing in the Life Sciences

Ulrike Böhm

In Transition: Scientific Publishing in the Life Sciences

Scientific publishing is about to undergo drastic changes for the better. Preprints are on the rise, and they are gaining momentum. Nobel Laureates Randy Schekman and Martin Chalfie comment on publishing practices in the life sciences.

Rethinking Authorship

Daniel Hornburg

Rethinking Authorship

Author positions serve as the key currency in academic careers. This needs to change, argues postdoctoral fellow Daniel Hornburg.