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In this paper, we address the question of ‘Why do firms publish scientific papers?’. Research examining the competitive advantages that firms accrue from investment in R&D has provided evidence that such efforts can be associated with the voluntary disclosure of research findings in scientific publications. This form of scientific openness occurs d...
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UDC 001.1 The 2nd International scientific and practical conference “Science and technology: problems, prospects and innovations” (November 17-19, 2022) CPN Publishing Group, Osaka, Japan. 2022. 837 p. ISBN 978-4-9783419-1-4 Editor Komarytskyy M.L. Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor Collection of scientific articles published is the scientific...
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Elsevier Call for Book Chapter (Scopus Indexed) Dear, Prof. /Dr./Scientist/Academician/Researcher/Research Scholar Greetings from India, ELSEVIER one of the world’s leading scientific publishing companies has accepted our proposal to write a Multi-Authors Contributed book titled- “Homelessness to Hope: Research, Policy and Practices on Global P...
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As part of the strategy to safeguard the indexing of the review «La Tunisie Médicale», and the consolidation of its scientific reputation, in Tunisia, the Maghreb and Africa, the new editorial team reported the lessons of a recent bibliometric audit for the management of manuscripts submitted to the journal «La Tunisie Médicale» during the period 2...
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The history of scientific publishing has been one of the most topical research subjects in the history of science during the last few decades. It has furthered scholarly communication with other disciplines, such as book history, the history of education and communication studies. It has contributed to the development of new conceptual and methodol...
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Objective: To summarize the scientific published literature on new robotic platforms with potential use in gynecology and review their evolution from inception until the present day. The goal was to describe the current characteristics and possible prospects of these platforms. Mechanism: A non-systematic search of PubMed, Cochrane Library Central,...
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GERMAN: Wissenschaftliches Publizieren verändert sich in seiner Grundstruktur. Verlage, Bibliotheken und Forschungsfinanzierer sehen sich mit einem Prozess zunehmender Atomisierung ihrer Arbeits-und Entscheidungspro-zesse konfrontiert, deren Abwicklung sie vor Herausforderungen stellt. Coopetition als eine neue Form des Wettbewerbs setzt sich dabei...
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Open Access publishing (OA) has been promoted by public institutions and research communities in many countries for some years now. Various categories encompassing different types and practices of OA are precisely described in definitions that now seem to be well-established. OA status is now available as part of a publication's metadata in all maj...
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According to recent literature on “architecture” as a discipline, practical knowledge relevant to its process of making has decreased in importance in favor of a more academic approach. Using data derived from Ulrich’s Periodical Directory and Clarivate Analytics’s Web of Science, this paper suggests providing empirical evidence supporting of such...
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Since 2013, the usage of preprints as a means of sharing research in biology has rapidly grown, in particular via the preprint server bioRxiv. Recent studies have found that journal articles that were previously posted to bioRxiv received a higher number of citations or mentions/shares on other online platforms compared to articles in the same jour...
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CALL FOR CHAPTERS Book title: Handbook of Banking and Finance in the MENA Region Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company. Full chapter submission deadline: 31st October 2022.
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Animal methods bias in scientific publishing is a newly defined type of publishing bias describing a preference for animal-based methods where they may not be necessary or where nonanimal-based methods may already be suitable, which impacts the likelihood or timeliness of a manuscript being accepted for publication. This article covers the output f...
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International scientific cooperation is an immanent characteristic of modern science. The international division of labour has many scientific and economic advantages. Russia was part of this process but after the first package of sanctions imposed on the country in 2014, the international scientific cooperation was gradually decreasing. In 2022 in...
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An auto-generated thermoelectric-materials database is presented, containing 22,805 data records, automatically generated from the scientific literature, spanning 10,641 unique extracted chemical names. Each record contains a chemical entity and one of the seminal thermoelectric properties: thermoelectric figure of merit, ZT; thermal conductivity,...
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eLife is changing its editorial process to emphasize public reviews and assessments of preprints by eliminating accept/reject decisions after peer review.
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This work presents the ASIMOV Prize for scientific publishing, which was launched in Italy in 2016. The prize aims to bring the young generations closer to scientific culture, through the critical reading of popular science books. The books are selected by a committee that includes scientists, professors, Ph.D. and Ph.D. students, writers, journali...
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The Russian invasion of Ukraine is negatively affecting the development of the Ukrainian academy, now and in the foreseeable future. Different academic stakeholders around the world have reacted differently to this war, some imposing sanctions against Russia and/or providing aid to Ukraine. Some scientific publishers have partially or temporarily s...
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We model the growth of scientific literature related to COVID-19 and forecast the expected growth from 1 June 2021. Considering the significant scientific and financial efforts made by the research community to find solutions to end the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented volume of scientific outputs is being produced. This questions the capacity o...
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Scientific publishing is a socially valued practice, modulating academic trajectories. Scientific journals operate between two distinct social fields, the editorial and the scientific, having as axis the objective and intersubjective relationships of the scientific field. This article analyzes the performance of Social Science editors in the field...
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Green roofs are becoming increasingly popular in urban construction due to their wide array of benefits for creating a sustainable ecosystem. Many stakeholders invest in green roofs in the 21st century to enhance the environmental quality and mitigate urban ecological pollution. The substrate layer is the most important and critical component of gr...
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During monsoon season Islamabad and Rawalpindi receive unpredicted intense precipitation, which causes flooding in the areas of Rawalpindi along with Nullah Lai. This study included the qualitative content analysis of urban flooding and analyzed the extreme water events of Nullah Lai for the period 2010 to 2020. The main purpose to conduct this res...
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It is ever more common in scientific publishing to ask authors to suggest some reviewers for their own manuscripts. The question then arises: How many submissions does it take to discover friendly suggested reviewers? To answer this question, we present an agent-based simulation of (single-blinded) peer review, followed by a Bayesian classification...
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This is our fourth, and final issue in Volume 2 of IEEE Journal of Microwaves. The October 2022 release contains sixteen new articles: three invited papers and thirteen regular contributions. Our download count continues to rise, having reached over 210,000 as of August 31, 2022. The usage count for August 2022 was 9,690, a 50% increase in usage...
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Despite having clear regulations and Process Safety Management (PSM) system in place, major disasters have been taking place in several chemical and process industries globally. This study attempts to scan the earlier research studies and body of knowledge related to PSM and its elements with the objectives of analysing extant research, for practic...
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Rihan Journal for Scientific Publishing(ISSN:2709-2097), The Ministry of Education & High Education, Syrian. العددالسابع والعشرون -27 # مجلةريحان للنشر_العلمي # مركزفكرللدراسات_وللتطوير صدر العدد السابع والعشرون من مجلة ريحان للنشر وهو عن شهر سبتمبر (أكتوبر) لعام 2022. Abstract : This paper illustrates the GIS-based Applications web marketing: Tu...
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Background Spin—the misrepresentation of a study’s actual results—has the potential to alter a clinician’s interpretation of the study’s findings and therefore could affect patient care. Studies have shown spin frequently occurs in abstracts of systematic reviews from a variety of other medical disorders and specialties. Aims Our primary aim was t...
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Translational biomedical research relies on animal experiments and provides the underlying proof of practice for clinical trials, which places an increased duty of care on translational researchers to derive the maximum possible output from every experiment performed. The implementation of open science practices has the potential to initiate a chan...
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This article deals with the issue of Islamophobia, especially in its economic dimension, which is often absent in the studies that have worked on this topic. The economy is an important factor that affects not only the European and western Muslims, but also the relationship between Islam and the West generally. The focus in this study is more on th...
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RESUMEN La pretensión de este trabajo es descubrir si en los últimos años en España se han producido cambios sustanciales en sus patrones de publicación científica; más concretamente, en los medios de comunicación (editoriales y revistas) empleados para difundir los resultados de la investigación y en la tipología de publicaciones utilizadas. El es...
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Identifying promising research as early as possible is vital to determine which research deserves investment. Additionally, developing a technology for automatically predicting future research trends is necessary because of increasing digital publications and research fragmentation. In previous studies, many researchers have performed the predictio...
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The question of whether it is appropriate to attribute authorship to deceased individuals of original studies in the biomedical literature is contentious. Authorship guidelines utilized by journals do not provide a clear consensus framework that is binding on those in the field. To guide and inform the implementation of authorship frameworks it wou...
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Journals dedicated to the polar sciences have been outliers. Within both the history of science and the history of media, they stand out in several ways, including their comparatively late establishment of peer-review. It was not until the second half of the 20th century, that polar sciences journals began to carry predominantly peer-reviewed origi...
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What can we gain from co‐analyzing experimental cultures, regionalization, and disciplinary phenomena of late twentieth century life sciences under our historiographic looking glass? This essay investigates the potential of such a strategy for the case of cell biology after 1960. By merging perspectives from historical epistemology inspired by the...
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This joint statement aims at encouraging all authors, publishers and editors involved in scientific publishing to give the bibliographic source of the authorities of taxonomic names. This initiative, written by members of the three communities, has been approved by the executive boards of the SPNHC (Society for the Preservation of Natural History C...
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Background Peer review is an integral part of maintaining the current standard of scientific publishing. Despite this, there is no training standard for peer reviewers and review guidelines tend to vary between journals. The purpose of this study was to conduct a systematic review of all openly available online training in scholarly peer review and...
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The brain remains a key reservoir of latent HIV infection, and people living with HIV (PLWH) face a high risk for cognitive impairment and psychiatric disorders. Although the burden of HIV infection and co-morbidities is greatest in the Global South, a large proportion of HIV mental health research is carried out in the Global North. Large, well-fu...
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The digital milieu and the age of information and modern technologies constitute a major challenge in the process of building and strengthening the capabilities of scholars and university students alike in production and scientific research. This is mainly due to the competition it imposes which bears a leadership character for the nature of the re...
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Environmental DNA surveys have become a well-established tool for detecting natural communities, showing excellent promise for supporting biodiversity monitoring, conservation, and management efforts. Africa is a continent of exceptional biodiversity, threatened not only by anthropogenic pressures but also by a general lack of research capacity and...
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In this study, the phonographic view of the acceleration of scientific publishing in Türkiye has been revealed with TÜBİTAK/DergiPark data and the values of the measurements of the impact factors of scientific journals have been sampled with the SOBIAD Index data. SOBIAD Index dataset was used in the study. Using the "full count" research method, t...
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Higher education institutions (HEIs) have been undertaking considerable efforts to embed sustainability into their system; however, there have been limited studies on the incorporation of sustainability into research. In parallel, it has been found that women have an important role in contributing to sustainability since they are more engaged and h...
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Mountain areas provide essential resources for a significant proportion of the Earth’s population. This study presents the development of mountain research between 1900 and 2019 based on peer-reviewed articles in English listed in Web of Science TM (WOS). We analyzed the number of publications over time, journals and scientific categories, frequent...
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Special sessions are important parts of scientific meetings and conferences: They gather together researchers and students interested in a specific topic and can strongly contribute to the success of the conference itself. Moreover, they can be the first step for trainees and students to the organization of a scientific event. Organizing a special...
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Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Book Series, (Abstracted and indexed in Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals and Series) Dear, Prof. /Dr./Scientist/Academician/Researcher/Research Scholar Greetings from India, Springer-Nature one of the world’s leading scientific publishing companies has accepted our proposal to write a Multi-Authors C...
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The adoption of journal policies requiring authors to include a Data Availability Statement has helped to increase the availability of research data associated with research articles. However, having a Data Availability Statement is not a guarantee that readers will be able to locate the data; even if provided with an identifier like a uniform reso...
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Background and objectives: Science education developed historically from experimentation science to model theories of cognition. Digitization in medical science brought about new challenges of access to science for education and publishing. The aims of our study are to describe the differences in access to science and scientific publications for ju...
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1st ReadingAugust 14, 2022 14:58 112-IJFCS 2202002International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science(2022) 1–7© World Scientific Publishing CompanyDOI: 10.1142/S0129054122020026Special Issue:Mathematical Aspects of EvolutionaryComputation and its ApplicationsPrefaceJia-Bao LiuAnhui Jianzhu University, 292 Ziyun RdShushan District, Hefei, Anhu...
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The police profession is a high-strain and high-risk profession, sometimes resulting in poor health. Although preceding reviews have synthesized police officers’ health, their lifestyle from an occupational perspective has not been synthesized. This systematic review aims to identify crucial areas for a healthy and sustainable lifestyle by investig...
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Universities world-wide traditionally serve two principle functions: a) to contribute to the advancement of science and generation of knowledge (research), and b) to produce high level human resources capacity (education and training). From the above functions it becomes clear that universities cannot exist in a vacuum. The corresponding products u...
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The study aimed to assess the view of faculty members at Al-Ahliyya Amman University towards academic scientific publishing houses in enriching Arabic content on the Internet and to reveal the most important obstacles and problems that hinder Arab academic publishing on the Internet. A questionnaire was built that included (28) items, prepared via...
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: The literature review is integral to the research process, from developing research ideas to disseminating findings. It involves explaining, interpreting, and summarizing published materials around a topic to elaborate a research hypothesis/question, synthesize new concepts, identify knowledge gaps, develop new theories, and identify new research...
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Developing, maintaining, and sustaining undergraduate research initiatives can benefit academic institutions, faculty mentors, and students. As the world evolves, more research is required to advance knowledge and innovation in all fields. This implies that students must be prepared for today's knowledge-driven world. Research in the medical and he...
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In the last decades, some publishers are intensively exploiting the model of open access publishing. During the last several years, studies have shown that there was a substantial increase in the number of fake publishers and hijacked journals. These cyber criminals make money by stealing the identities of legitimate journals and collecting the art...
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The excavation, analysis, curation, and restitution of archaeological human remains are associated with ethical challenges that those working within archaeology and heritage management should be aware of. However, the way ethical issues are acknowledged in scientific publications continues to be overlooked. This paper explores evidence for authors...
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Open Science has gained momentum over the past decade, and embracing that, GigaScience, from its launch a decade ago has aimed at pushing scientific publishing beyond just making articles open access toward making the entire research process open and available as an embedded part of the publishing process. Before the journal's launch in July 2012,...
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Background: Palliative care (PC) is in an early stage of development in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) of the World Health Organization. A metric based on publishing in specialized PC journals may be useful in assessing PC development. This study was conducted to describe the contribution of EMR countries to PC research and to study the re...
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Günümüzde bilimsel ilkelerin ve etik değerler sisteminin temelinin aşındırılmış olduğu ortadadır. Mevcut kapitalist düzen ile birlikte araştırma değerleri toplumun yararına değil piyasa değerlerine göre yönetilmeye başlandı. Bilimsel söylemin aktarım alanlarından en önemlilerinden biri olan akademik bilimsel yayıncılıkta da benzer bir dönüşüm gerç...
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Statistical analyses form a fundamental part of causal inference in the experimental sciences. The statistical paradigm most commonly taught to science students around the world is that of frequentism, with a particular emphasis on the null hypothesis significance testing borne by the work of Neyman and Pearson in the early 20th century. This parad...
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As a scientific publishing house, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) Press' encountered some problems in publication planning, mainly predicting the optimum production of publications. This study aimed to enhance a fuzzy inference system (FIS) parameters using the genetic algorithm (GA). The enhancements led to optimally predict the number of...
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This study explores the evolution of publication practices associated with the SARS‐CoV‐2 research papers, namely, peer‐reviewed journal and review articles indexed in PubMed and their associated preprints posted on bioRxiv and medRxiv servers: a total of 4,031 journal article‐preprint pairs. Our assessment of various publication delays during the...
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RETRACTION TO: Fitri, Y.M., Nurhafizah, N (2022). Pengaruh Metode Gerak dan Lagu Terhadap Perkembangan Sosial dan Emosional Anak di TK Kota Padang. Jurnal Obsesi: Jurnal Pendidikan Anak Uisia Dini, 6 (5), 4831-4838.This article has been retracted by Publisher based on the following reason:The Editor of Jurnal Obsesi : Jurnal Pendidikan Anak Usia Di...
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The poultry sector is vibrant, fast growing and potential sector playing an important role in food security and economy of developing countries (Abbas et al. 2020; Zhang et al. 2020). Each year, over 50 billion chickens are raised as a source of meat, accounting for over one-third of protein source in food of humans (Quiroz-Castañedaet al. 2015). H...
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Skin is the largest organ in the animal body. It acts as a barrier against the entry of microbes from the outside environment. The majority of microorganisms that live on it are harmless and even beneficial to the hosts. Bacteria, fungi, and viruses are commonly recorded from human and animal skin. They are variable in number and type depending on...
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Hydatid disease is considered as one of the most dangerous diseases that spread in all parts of the world, and Iraq is one of the countries where this disease is present in a large and widespread among ruminants, human and stray dogs (Lazim, 2019). Typically, hydatidosis can be classified according to the larval stage and divided into two types: Cy...
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CYSTIC ECHINOCOCCOSIS Cystic echinococcosis (CE) is a helminthic zoonotic disease that affects various body organs, primarily the liver and then the lungs. This disease is caused by the tapeworm of genus Echinococcus (family Taeniidae) which is endemic in most regions of the world (Armua-Fernandez et al. 2014, Romig et al. 2015; Karamian et al. 201...
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Cystic Echinococcosis (CE) is one of the most important zoonotic diseases that cause a serious threat to human life, both healthily and economically. Herein, we aimed to update information and highlight the immune response against cystic echinococcosis. The evading mechanisms and the modulation of the immune system by E.granulosus metacestode are a...
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The Mediterranean Sea is recognized today as the World’s most invaded marine region, but observations of species occurrences remain scattered in the scientific literature and scarcely accessible. Here we introduce the ORMEF database: a first comprehensive and robust compilation of exotic fish observations recorded over more than a century in the Me...