Every quarter of the year, African – British Journals take into consideration various criteria such as topic of a paper, importance and timeliness of the paper in relation to current research trends, originality of the research, quality of the article, citation etc. to give the ‘Best Review Paper Award’. The Award is designed to recognize […]

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We recently did an article on why you should get an editor, this article is for why you should publish your work after you are done editing it. Publishing your work makes it available to a wide audience that can reuse and share your work. More Recognition Publishing your book makes you and your work […]

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After you have done your research and written out your thesis, publishing it is important. Before you send the manuscripts to the publishing house, you should get editors and first readers to help go through the work and these are the reasons why: New perspective An editor is a fresh pair of eyes and will […]

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There are mistakes made by authors when they just want to start publishing their works. Publishing is a totally different ball game from writing. This article is targeted to all the authors that are new to publishing and they are the most common mistakes made by authors. Researching: Researching the publishing house is very important. […]

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Elsevier released a statement on September 5, 2019, that it has partnered with Wageningen University and Research (WUR) to tackle the problem of peer reviewers manipulating citations. It was perceived that some reviewers urge authors when reviewing their works to add the reviewers’ research papers to citations to push their papers so the reviewers can […]

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Even though scientists work hard and make huge discoveries, it really might not have any impact without the stamp of policymakers. These are people at central, state or local levels that make the laws and regulations. They govern people and execute budgets, they are the ones that pass recommendations into laws as policies. There are […]

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A good relationship is required between the PhD student and supervisor (professor) for the success of the thesis and also for the progress of science as a whole. We are in an age that allows for a good, cordial respectful relationship between the student and professor for students to be productive and innovative especially in […]

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  Peer review is an imperative pillar of publishing. Publication today is almost impossible to do without the use of technology such as emails and PDF reader. It makes turning out large volumes of works possible. Imagine if authors had to send hard copy of manuscripts to publishers by posts and wait for replies offline […]

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Plagiarism is defined as the wrongful appropriation, stealing and publication of another Author’s language, thoughts, ideas or expressions, and the representation of them as one’s own original work. – 1995 Random House Compact Abridged Dictionary. It could be defined as the practice of directly copying and then presenting an existing production without accurately citing or […]

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Top tips for Twitter posters – ABJ Research Poster Competition 2019  Make your design within the size limits. The highest image size allowed by Twitter is 5MB. These are the image formats accepted by Twitter: GIF: This is the only format out of the three that supports animation. GIFs can be up to 5MB in […]

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