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Postdoc or professor, the self-promotion struggle is real. So, how can academics promote themselves without sounding too ‘sales-y’? Click here to view this article from The Campus (part of Times Higher Education) which could help answer the question.
Is it ‘Ukraine’ or ‘The Ukraine’? Please click here to see and share our video from our Facebook page for an explanation. 🤓
Watch and listen to podcasts of a wide variety of events held at the world-renowned London School of Economics. Click here to access.
Babel is the quarterly language magazine that brings you cutting-edge linguistic research in an accessible and colourful format. The Best of Issue is available for free, with features taken from across the first 32 issues. You can read it online … Continue reading
This BBC Radio 4 documentary is an interesting exploration of the impact of Sci-hub on science and the Open Access Movement – please click here.
For nearly nine decades, the Council for At Risk Academics (CARA) has been dedicated to rescuing academics around the world who need to flee their homeland in order to escape conflict, arrest or persecution. Follow the link for details of … Continue reading
Click here for another horribly confusing grammatical issue for your delectation!
We are always interested to hear from professional, experienced freelance academic proofreaders looking to join our team. Academic Proofreading Services Ltd. provides proofreading services to academic researchers and businesses across the globe and we are looking for candidates who are … Continue reading
Sadly, we are coming across authors who are being ripped off by fraudulent predatory publishers claiming to be publishers of legitimate academic journals and asking for large sums of money before authors submit their papers. They then often demand the … Continue reading
Some nicely designed worksheets to help you practise English scientific terminology if this is not your area of expertise!