Wednesday, December 4, 2019

The best from the science journals: Story of sleep and sea stars

Here are some of the most interesting research to have appeared in top science journals last week Rock-a-bye baby Published in Current Biology Have trouble sleeping? Buy a rocking bed. Two studies published last...

UGC says publishing paper in de-recognised journals will affect promotion & appointment

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked all universities and colleges in the country to appoint and promote faculty members on the basis of its new list of approved journals,...

Turkey investigates company publishing 15 journals using fake academic titles

Turkey’s Scientific and Technological Research Council (Tübitak) has launched an investigation into a company that publishes articles in return for money in 15 different journals, including 261 articles written by the...

10 Marvel planners and journals to make you feel like an organized superhero

These inspiring and stylish Marvel planners and journals will help you stay inspired and work towards your goals and resolutions for 2019. While it might be almost February, it’s still a good...

Are Law School Journals Really Better Than Peer-Reviewed Academic Journals?

A peer-reviewed publication is one of the cornerstones of an academic portfolio throughout higher education, but when it comes to the legal field, law professors are expected to secure their credentials...

UPSC Civil Services Main 2019: Reference books and journals referred by toppers for CSE...

UPSC CSE Mains 2019 would be conducted from September 20, 2019. UPSC IAS toppers share the reference books, journals and other publications that they referred for their preparations. UPSC CSE Mains 2019:...

Few open-access journals meet requirements of Plan S, study says

Only a small proportion of open-access scientific journals fully meet the draft requirements of Plan S, the initiative primarily by European funders to make all papers developed with their support free...

Journal is ready to move

THE Evesham Journal will soon be on the move to a new home after the University of Worcester agreed to buy our current base. Newsquest is in the process of selling Berrow’s...

Excess belly fat may shrink your brain: Study

Excess belly fat can probably shrink the grey matter volume in your brain, a new study finds. Grey matter contains most of the brain’s 100 billion nerve cells, while the white matter...

Women less sensitive to pain than men

When experiencing pain again, men seemed to be stressed and hypersensitive in remembering, but women were not stressed by their earlier experiences of pain. (Unsplash) Women tend to forget pain that they...