Nature Communications: Editors are keen to support early career researchers in peer review
Nature Communications is offering an Early Career Researcher peer review program. We asked Nature Communications editors who volunteer as mentors for the program, to share their experience.
What do early career researchers need to know about quality and peer review?
Learn more about our upcoming peer review workshop for ECRs, in partnership with Sense about Science.
How to communicate your research more effectively
Science writer Stephen S. Hall has advice for researchers who want to be better communicators.
Preprints’ role: Global pandemic and beyond
Michele Avissar-Whiting discusses the changing trends, perceptions and value of preprints during the Covid-19 pandemic and looks forward to the increasing role that preprints look set to play in the increasingly open and changing research landscape.
'Open Science' opens doors: How #scidata18 helped me unlock career opportunities
Read the lessons one researcher learned by entering last year's early career researcher writing competition.
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