What is plagiarism and how to avoid it?

What is plagiarism and how to avoid it?   What is plagiarism? Plagiarism can take different forms. Most people think of it as stealing and using someone else’s work or ideas without attribution. But in the world of academic publishing, even using your own words again can lead to a charge of plagiarism. If someone…

How to write a methods section

How to write a methods section The methods section of a paper may be the least interesting part to write, but for the purposes of advancing science and facilitating replication attempts of your work, it’s crucial. Nevertheless, many journals have reduced the space they allow for methods or ask authors to create a summary version…

Immuno-Oncology 2020 World Congress

The 3rd Immuno-Oncology 2020 World Congress It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in The 3rd Immuno-Oncology 2020 World Congress (Immuno-Oncology2020) which will take place 21-22 May 2020 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Immuno-Oncology2020 will focus on the latest developments and findings in immuno-oncology therapy as well as targeted therapy.  The Congress will examine treatments available on the market…

Mental Health 2020

Mental Health 2020 5YFV to LTP 23rd of September 2020 – RSM, London An Early Bird rate of 20% off the standard delegate rate for this event is currently available; enter promo code MH2020-EARLY via the online registration system before 20th February to take advantange of this offer. Following the success of our 3rd annual…

Why have your paper edited?

Why have your paper edited? Every writer, no matter how good they are, needs an editor. Academic writers should have their papers edited for journal submissions for several reasons. Expert editors can find errors in usage, grammar, and punctuation, along with improving the text’s structure and flow. But they also can do much more than…