Lab Notes: A Pharmacy Program on the Rise in Zambia

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After their Instrumental Access award in 2016, opportunities to analyze natural products opened up for the University of Zambia’s Department of Pharmacy. Now, graduate students are doing original analysis in the lab using Instrumental Access equipment. And they are publishing original research at an incredible pace.

How to Avoid Plagiarism

How to Avoid Plagiarism

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Sometimes plagiarism is intentional. Sometimes, it is not. Even if plagiarism is unintentional, the results can be the same. If the mistake is detected by a journal before being published, it will be rejected and the author’s reputation is at risk. Read more…

How to Identify a Predatory Journal

How to Identify Predatory Open Access Journals

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Did you know there are more than 9,000 Open Access journals indexed in the DOAJ?
As Open Access journals have become more common, the number of predatory Open Access journals has increased as well. To help you avoid publishing with (or even submitting to) a predatory journal, AJE has compiled 8 indicators that could help reveal a dishonest publisher.