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Elsevier Researcher Academy presents: 10 common writing mistakes made by early career researchers
One of the essential steps to making a fresh start is to look at what went wrong previously. In that spirit, we have compiled a unique list of 10 common writing mistakes to help early career researchers maximize your chances of publication success. Why is it that your submitted manuscript never made it to the peer-review process? See if you have made any of these mistakes as well as how to avoid doing so in this module.
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