For many years, accessing published peer-reviewed journal articles and conference papers was strictly by subscription, site licences or pay-per-view charges. However, on September 4, 2018, a group of national research funders, charitable foundations, and European and international organisations—known as cOAlition S—pushed to remove paywalls officially, thereby creating full Open Access to scientific research publications. This […]

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The Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine was developed in Britain by AstraZeneca in Cambridge and the University of Oxford. It was approved for use in the UK vaccination programme on December 30, 2020. In the last couple of weeks, over 20 European countries have stopped the use of this vaccine due to an unusual reaction that has […]

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Getting a Bachelor’s degree is a great accomplishment worth celebrating, however, this should not be a full stop to your educational career. Another program which can further your educational career in the postgraduate degree. Bachelor’s degree is most often theoretical but by pursuing a postgraduate degree, you will develop your skills and practical knowledge about […]

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Before you start writing an academic journal it is very important to note down tips that can help you achieve your aim and this will also guide you in writing your papers correctly without going off the guide. Take note of these points to guide you through the course of writing your academic paper: Plan […]

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Open Access (OA) simply means making research publications free for the public to read, and this can help anyone to benefit from the research and even cite it later. Apart from citing, Open Access research can also be re-used for commercial purposes. Types of Open Access Publication Green Open Access: It is also known as […]

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The fact that writing a paper consumes time and energy is a norm authors and researchers have come to terms with. But it becomes frustrating and burdensome when they have to do a reformatting for a number of reasons, especially, in situations where a paper gets rejected, or the journal changes their manuscript layout/ template, […]

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Wikipedia, from being a mere ‘feeder’ project of another encyclopedia project, Nupedia.com, in January 2001 became the world largest online free-content encyclopedia and reference website. Wikipedia can be fed by everyone but those who do so are called contributors. Articles contributed to Wikipedia can vary from articles on different fields; debates memoirs, movies, to even […]

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International E-Conference on COVID-19 Global Impacts The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created unprecedented global emergency that has now infected more than 10 million people worldwide. In recognition of the urgent need to analyse impacts, review policy and exchange front-line experiences related to the COVID-19 pandemic, African – British Journals will host a virtual COVID-19 Conference […]

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Writing a manuscript for publication is a multifaceted process. You have to finish the literature review, detailed your methods, discussed your findings and format your figures. The only thing left is the Title. The Title of a manuscript has an important role, and requires more care and consideration. Any manuscript can be divided into three […]

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