Feeling Like a Fake: Impostor Syndrome in Academia

impostor syndrome in academia

So, you’ve been accepted as a PhD candidate at the university of your dreams. You’ve fought hard through a gruelling application process, secured just enough of that ever-elusive funding, and finally, after all your toils, you’re there. But something isn’t quite right. You don’t feel the way you expected to. As the months pass, instead […]

How To Write The Best Abstract Of Any Research Paper (And How Not To)

how to write the best abstract

Your abstract decides the quality of your research paper and if it’s worth publishing. Journal editors (and readers) read your abstract first, and they usually make a decision to consider publishing it. Even after the work is published, the first thing your target audience reads is the abstract. Hence, you should know how to write […]

10 Tried And Tested Time Management Tools For Academics

time management tools for academics

Pursuing research is a big thing, and it includes what feels like endless hours of project work, massive reading, deadlines, and reputation in the field. Keeping up with these tasks often feels easier with team members that can hold you accountable, but the world of research is often highly individualized and independent. What tools are […]

5 Scientists Killing It On Social Media

scientists in social media

Here at Audemic we love thinking up new ways to bring research to a wider audience – and it seems we’re not alone! All over the world academic researchers are using video, audio and social media to share their work far and wide, putting passion and personality into it every step of the way. Today we focus […]

5 Ways to Take Your Research Communication to the Next Level

science communication

Let’s face it – academia is not what it was twenty years ago. Notions of closeted researchers locked away in the lab or the library, toiling endlessly at their latest theories, have clashed spectacularly with a modern world more concerned with openness and interconnectivity than at any point in history. Academics find themselves in an unusual […]