Researcher is proud to announce its latest special collection of articles focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) in neuroscience. As AI technology becomes increasingly prevalent in research, Researcher is giving readers the opportunity to stay informed on new discoveries and developments in the field.
Berlin/London/Stockholm, Nov 30, 2022. Reviewer Credits (RC), the global expert network that makes peer review visible and helps researchers get recognition for their work, is partnering with the platforms Researcher and OA.mg. Together, the three partners will mark articles for which reviews have been registered by RC so readers can trust the integrity of the academic content.
Why do we sleep, and what’s happening in the brain while we sleep? Leading specialists from the UK, US and Europe examine this question in Researcher Insights: The Neuroscience of Sleep.
It’s approaching the start of the new academic year and lecturers, researchers and staff are hecticly getting ready to marshall the next aircraft of bright minds into their chosen academic courses. It’s always an uplifting (if extremely busy) time, rife with organisational panic, but also ultimately new beginnings.
Coincidentally, here, at Researcher, we are also piloting a project of our own - with perhaps not unlike rush of excitement. This autumn, we’ll be introducing a new type of Researcher-exclusive content: our Researcher Insights Report.
Researcher app is an all-in-one tool that would assist you to stay on top of your field. Here are 5 main reasons why this free app could help you succeed in your academic journey.
The digital transformation has had an impact on all industries, and scientific research is no exception. Every day more labs are shifting from paper-focused processes and moving toward digital tools and the cloud. Not only can these upgrades improve the workflows in R&D labs, but also help scientists manage large quantities of data easily and conveniently.
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Researcher believes in the value of sharing research insights efficiently that shape an informed worldview. With technological advancements, we continuously discover more about what makes us humans from a scientific perspective.
Hello there - I’m Dr Kristine Lennie and I’m the Managing Editor of Researcher Live. This is just a quick introduction to tell you who I am and what I’ll be doing here at Researcher.
Finding new material for your research is easy, Researcher is here for that, but finding the time to read it can be almost impossible at times: first of all, you have to remember when and where was the last time you saw your device’s charger, and that could take up to three working days to figure out, then you also need to find a spot which has a decently comfortable space and a plug close enough so that you don’t stretch your charger’s cable for good. By the time you fulfil these three requirements, you’ll have run out of those twenty-eight minutes of free time that you so hardly find every week to dedicate to your research.