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Editorial Snapshot: How simplicity and clarity can boost engagement with your academic writing

- C.C., Editor

Research can be challenging, consuming years of time, mountains of money, and unimaginable amounts of effort. However, while the writing of the research manuscript itself gets less attention, it is of paramount importance and can have a disproportionate influence on its subsequent impact.

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Science News: Man’s best friend helps fight the COVID-19 pandemic

– K.J., Editor

Dogs have always helped humans by herding livestock, providing companionship, and assisting persons with disabilities to maintain a more healthy and independent lifestyle. Dogs are not only cute and make people feel good, they are recently becoming more involved in the research of human diseases. But why dogs? The reason is that compared to the 6 million olfactory receptors in the human nose, a dog’s nose has 300 million! With training, dogs can smell cancer, diabetes, tuberculosis, and even malaria.

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Editorial Snapshot: How COVID-19 changed the face of academic publishing

- C.C., Editor

The wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-reaching impacts on society in a multitude of ways. It should come as no surprise then, that it has also dramatically changed the face of academic publishing, with these effects even being the subject of study by researchers. And, it is clear that over the course of the pandemic the industry has made some surprising adaptations.

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Science News: Alarming loss of biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest

– K.J., Editor

There are few places on our planet more biologically diverse than the Amazon rainforest. How did it become so diverse in the first place? One recent study says that rivers are responsible. A research team in the Department of Ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History discovered that rivers influence genetic divergence and speciation as they move around the landscape. Though this study focused on birds, its findings can be applied to the fauna and flora of the entire biome.

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