How not to get into trouble with problematic research practices such as HARKing (Hypothesizing After the Results are Known) and p-hacking (misuse of data to obtain statistical significance)? Preregistering your research may help.
There are many things we can learn from peer review processes of others. Not only we learn how to give constructive feedback, it also helps us stay up to date with research developments and improve our critical thinking.
HKUST authors publish over 2,000 journal papers every year, how many of them are openly accessible? The Library analyzed our institutional publishing profile, the study will help us when we negotiate new contracts with publishers.
For the first time, NSF S&E Indicator 2018 report showed that China has overtaken the U.S. in the total number of S&E research publications in 2016. The State of U.S. Science and Engineering 2020 report reveals an even bigger gap.
Academic publishing is undergoing a transformational change. Many institutions collectively negotiated agreements with major publishers with non-traditional coverage. What does this trend mean to researchers like you?