Poor English can delay the publication of research. A latest article in New Scientist, a British weekly science magazine, mentions that poor English “is another factor that puts some scientists at a disadvantage. Rudolf Jaenisch at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the leading US-based researcher working on iPS cells, argues that some papers from Asia are so […]
This infographic was originally published on Hindawi and has been republished here with permission.
Often researchers hesitate to publish their research in an open access journal because they are either unaware of the options and benefits available to them or because they fear being deceived by predatory publishers. This infographic addresses significant questions about open access. It compiles the benefits of publishing your article open access, reasons behind its importance in academic publishing and its global implications.