August 04, 2017
With more than a million scientific papers produced each year, keeping on top of the latest research is becoming an impossible task. That’s why a growing number of scientists are having computers trawl through thousands of research papers at once for raw data and text. Now, in one of the largest text and data mining exercises ever conducted, scientists say they have identified the best way to do such searches, which could improve the hunt for everything from new drug targets to genes that have not been studied in detail. Continue reading Analyze millions of scientific papers all at once
July 20, 2017
NUST MISIS scientists have developed a universal protective filter against ultraviolet radiation by modifying zinc oxide nanoparticles. The filter is especially versatile, capableof being used both in the polymer industry and cosmetology. Continue reading NUST MISIS Young Scientists Create Transparent Sun Filter
July 24, 2017
High-quality writing is the cornerstone of professional development and each student needs to perfect those skills to become relevant in academic circles. It’s not a freestyle activity and it demands hard work, a lot of practice and learning. Continue reading How to Improve Your Academic Writing Skills: 5 Proven Ways
July 21, 2017
While time management apps help us configure and control our schedules, it is still best to exercise time management skills and create a habit out of them. Maximum productivity, after all, is reached when one is able to produce more results in a shorter period of time.
To help you kickstart that habit, here’s a rundown of seven of the most effective tricks and tips to establish better time management! Continue reading Take 7: Seven Tips For A Better Organization Of Your Time
July 3, 2017
Today, researchers are under a lot of pressure to secure funds for their conducting their work. For early to mid-career researchers, discovering the right grant opportunities and going through application processes are challenging and time-consuming endeavors that don’t always translate into success. Continue reading Funding Hacks for Researchers
June 29, 2017
NUST MISIS has entered Europe`s best universities ranking compiled by the Times Higher Education (T.H.E.).
Continue reading NUST MISIS is Among Europe`s Best Universities
June 27, 2017
It is an industry like no other, with profit margins to rival Google – and it was created by one of Britain’s most notorious tycoons: Robert Maxwell.
Continue reading Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?
June 22, 2017
Way back in 2010, Michael C. Munger, a political scientist at Duke University, wrote a terrifically helpful essay called “10 Tips on How to Write Less Badly.” Those tips are still plenty useful, and things haven’t gotten much better on the scholarly writing front. Continue reading Scholars Talk Writing: Michael C. Munger
June 20, 2017
Sign up to the FREE Webinar “Funding Hacks for Researchers” on 29 June, 1 pm UTC/ 9 am EDT/ 3 pm CEST to gain career-defining grantsmanship knowledge. Continue reading FREE WEBINAR: Funding Hacks for Researchers on 29 June
June 15, 2017
We are happy to announce the winners of the Science Essay Competition 2017 ‘SCIENCE: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE’ initiated by the Russian Writing Centers Consortium and carried out with the support of the English Language Office, US Department of State. Continue reading Science Essay-2017: Announcing the Competition Results