William B. Coleman, PhDExecutive Officer A little over two weeks ago, on Friday, March 6th, the Meeting Planners and Executive Officers of the cooperating Societies (AAA, APS, ASBMB, ASPET, and ASIP) reluctantly announced the cancellation of the Experimental Biology 2020 meeting that was scheduled for early April in San Diego, CA. The meeting was cancelled [...]
It is easy to say that we are approaching a new golden age in modern medicine. Just in the last few years, we have made great strides in many areas of biomedicine and medical technology. However, with all this new data we face the inevitable dilemma of changing our dogmas and current understanding of science. [...]
The reality of being a scientist is that not all papers are going to be accepted. However, there are times when one may not completely agree as to why a paper got rejected. A recent post by Jerry Fagerberg at CellPress discusses how to start a conversation with editors about their decision. What should I [...]
A pre-submission inquiry can be a useful tool to determine if a journal may be interested in your manuscript before a full submission. Here, Fatima Qureshi, a Junior Content Writer and Editor for Editage Insights, highlights tips for writing an effective pre-submission inquiry.
So... you worked hard on your paper. You ran the experiments and wrote up the results. You got the cover letter just right, and you made sure to polish the title, the abstract, and the figures . Finally, you submitted your work to a journal, and a few days later you received an email letting you know that the editors [...]