What’s on the horizon for science blogging?

Posted on December 16, 2015

By Natalie Sopinka As a relatively new blogger of fish-related content, I am still learning about this realm of science communication. I wanted a way...

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Filed Under: Science Communication Making Waves Natalie Sopinka

How you can write a clickable science headline

Posted on December 15, 2015

By Lisa Willemse Have you ever finished writing an article or post only to struggle to come up with a good headline? If yes, you’re not alone:...

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Filed Under: Science Communication Lisa Willemse

The Importance of Stretching

Posted on December 8, 2015

If you have ever exercised or played sports you have most likely been told about the benefits of stretching. However, you wouldn’t be alone if...

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Filed Under: NRC Research Press Science News Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism

Arctic Science celebrates its one-year anniversary

Posted on December 7, 2015

By Tyler Irving A year ago this month, Canadian Science Publishing launched their first open access journal. Arctic Science covers all areas of natural...

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Filed Under: Open Access Tyler Irving Arctic Science

When Publishers Don’t Play Fair

Posted on December 03, 2015

By Melissa Cheung The author pays model of open access (OA) publishing has given rise to predatory publishers, who do not follow acceptable standards...

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Filed Under: FACETS Open Access

Making the Most of Your Academic Genealogy

Posted on December 01, 2015

By Sarah Boon, Ph.D. Doing a graduate degree can be an intense experience. You spend a lot of time with your grad school cohort: you share the ups and...

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Filed Under: Science Communication Sarah Boon


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