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Archive for November, 2010

29 November 2010  |  Posted in RESEARCH WRITING  |  2 Comments »
A very important element of research, particularly for students, is the thesis which constitutes a report of the work performed. A thesis allows the organization of thoughts and results, and also serves to fulfill institutional requirements. Judgments about how good is the work are based on the quality of the thesis, among other things. It is therefore essential to plan the thesis writing well in advance.
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24 November 2010  |  Posted in RESEARCH WRITING, Resubmission  |  Comment on this post »
Revision of a research paper may be required after the first draft is written or following comments from coauthors or peer reviewers. The changes may be related to either or both the content or structure of the manuscript. This post offers some tips about the process to be followed when revising a paper in order that there are no gaps in the content and a logical and easily comprehensible structure is maintained.
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22 November 2010  |  Posted in Breaking News  |  3 Comments »
Antimatter is the “mirror image” of matter. Every particle that is a constituent of matter has an associated antiparticle. Researchers at CERN (the Center for European Nuclear Research) recently accomplished the difficult feat of creating low energy anti-hydrogen atoms and subsequently trapping them, as part of the ALPHA experiment. Thirty-eight anti-hydrogen atoms could be trapped for an average period of two-tenths of a second.
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17 November 2010  |  Posted in Review Criteria  |  2 Comments »
The conventional approach to peer review involves evaluation of an article by one or more among a panel of recognized experts in the field who are nominated by the editorial board of the journal. Alternative strategies are being explored to improve on the existing processes. Some of the new approaches to peer review, which are geared towards improving traditional methods, are described.
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15 November 2010  |  Posted in RESEARCH WRITING  |  Comment on this post »
Scientific endeavors are, by definition, expected to be characterized by objectivity. It is therefore essential to steer clear of obvious or potential conflict of interest issues. To achieve this goal, it is important to recognize the sources of such conflict and then actively work toward avoiding them. Research and writing that is free from bias or prejudice is more acceptable to both journals and the scientific community.
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