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Paper Publication

Paper Publication

It is confluence of well renowned professors, research professors, academicians, and industry consultants for widest dissemination of knowledge throughout the globe. Our activities are international publication of articles, organizing international and national level conferences, publishing conference papers. We work with authors to bring up publication of papers characterized by exceptional high quality research. 

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Turn Your PhD Thesis Into a Paper

Few tips for paper Publication

Present Your Key Results

You’re likely to have a lot of data that you want to get across to the reader but focus on presenting the key findings from your research, be in the form of the main graphs or tables. You always have the option of including supplementary data in the paper’s appendix.

Cut the Words Down

Converting a 100,000 word thesis into a 4,000 word paper is not a straightforward task. You’ll need to distil your writing to present essential information succinctly and in a manner that conforms to the journal’s requirements. One tip is to consider focusing on writing up a single chapter as a standalone body of work.

Tighten up The Introduction

As a general rule for writing an introduction, we suggest one page of A4, double-spaced, size 12 font and consisting of 4 paragraphs that end with the aim, objectives and hypothesis of your work. You’ll have already written a lot of this in your thesis, just with a lot more words!

Keep the Methods Relevant

You need to explain your methods in enough detail so that the reader can replicate your experiments or study design, but you may not need to go into great detail for every step, particularly if you’re referencing previously established methods. You’ll get a feel for the style and length of the methods expected by the journal by reading other papers in the same journal.

Select the Most Relevant Journal for Your Work

You’ll no doubt have read many papers through the course of your project and developed a sense of journals that your paper is likely to be better suited to. It’s important that you understand what the scope of a journal is and make sure that your research falls within this scope. Most journals will also have an author’s guide which explains how they want submitted manuscripts to be formatted, the reference style to be used, the number of figures, etc.

Make the Discussion Succinct

A good way to start the discussion is with a summary paragraph of your key findings and the key takeaway message. Note that this is not just repeating your results but placing the results in the context of why they’re important. Use your discussion to explain how your work fits in and adds to what is already known in your field, what the limitations are and how future studies can take your research forward.

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