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Essential tips for publishing in high-impact journals

Discover the best techniques and strategies for authoring in high impact journals with Dr. Rose Zhu, Associate Scientific Editor at Joule (Cell Press journal). You can expect to learn:
•Techniques and strategies for improving the scientific writing process including tips on writing a better introduction, creating an effective abstract and analysing the results in your research paper
•Tactics on developing papers for premium publications (also tips focused on researchers based in China)
•Exploring the opportunities to broadly disseminate findings
•Discover the Cell Press physical science portfolio of journals including newly launched titles such as Chem, Joule, Matter & One Earth

Dr. Zhu will also outline Cell Press’ approach to high-demand, multi-disciplinary content, and expanding OA publishing strategies at Cell Press.

Sign up for this interesting free webinar and learn best tips & tricks to benefit your research process and increase your research impact.

Bring along a friend or colleague who might be instrumental in improving your research paper.

Here’s a quick introduction about Dr. Rose Zhu:
Dr. Rose Zhu joined Joule as Associate Scientific Editor in 2017 and is based in the Shanghai office. Since 2017, Dr. Zhu has given over 100 talks on scientific writing and publishing techniques with Joule and other Cell Press physical science journals. Dr. Zhu completed her Ph.D. from Nanyang Technological University (NTU, Singapore) after completing the BSc degree at Sichuan University (China). Dr. Zhu has published 10+ papers in the physical sciences field covering wide array of topics like Nano energy, material horizon and much more.
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