It is imperative for authors to build successful writing careers. Having a writing community, either online or offline, is a good way of boosting a writing career. There are three reasons why you should have a writing community: For objectivity: It is almost impossible for you to be objective about your own work. You might […]

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A new trend referred to as hyper authorship has been becoming more popular in recent times especially in projects that involves researches from different nations. More than hundred and even thousands of people can author a work. This trend started with CERN, the Europe’s particle physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland due to their huge collaborative […]

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Reading is important and paramount for a published author. It should be continuous for a published author or one trying to be. Lot of ideas can come from reading other people’s works. Reading can also help support your career and can help boost you to the height you want to reach as a published author […]

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Google is not new to controversies, the most recent being the controversy with the Nightingale project that scientists worry might jeopardise trust in research. It has been learnt that Google had gained access to millions of people’s identifiable health-care data without getting their approval. Recently, one of the biggest networks of health care in the […]

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The #ABJPoster Twitter is an online event held all over Twitter that ran for a two-months period beginning on the 1st of August, 2019 and running till the 30th of October, 2019. The completion was kick-started to improve the bonds between research communities and also let academics interact globally, it allows them to share their […]

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The Ebola vaccine that was produced by the US pharmaceutical company Merck has been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on the 11th of November, 2019. This vaccine is the first to help control the spread and epidemic of the Ebola virus. Ebola is a haemorrhagic fever that can cause vomiting, severe diarrhoea and […]

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Publishing your article or work in journals might require a certain amount of fee. There are pre-publication and post-publication fees. Pre- publication fees are membership fee or submission fee and they are not that common while the post-publication fees such as page fee or article processing fee are more common. When you want to publish […]

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WHO (World Health Organization) announce that the rate of recent infections of Ebola virus in Africa has dropped, as vaccine moves closer to approval. Between 25 September and 15 October, 15 people were diagnosed with the Ebola virus in Democratic Republic of the Congo, says WHO. As at April, about 300 new infections were reported […]

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Facebook Democracy Research Impeded by Privacy Issues A research project that was created for the purpose of allowing independents scientists to have access to Facebook data has had a major obstacle with the issue of privacy. The project aimed to show how social media affects democracies and to also create a model that will allow […]

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