Katya Mameishvili

Scientific writer with background in biology and chemistry. Big fan of science, literature and arts.

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Twitter tips for Academics: how to tweet about your publication

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Twitter tips for Academics: how to tweet about your publication

September 21, 2020 by Katya Mameishvili

In the previous article of this series, we discussed the benefits of tweeting your next publication and preprint, such as expanding your paper’s reach and boosting citations. Here...

Twitter for academics: five reasons to tweet your next paper or preprint.

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Twitter for academics: five reasons to tweet your next paper or preprint.

July 7, 2020 by Katya Mameishvili

With approximately 2.5 million new scientific articles published every year, researchers need to find the right ways to ensure their work gets noticed. Among other platforms for sharing...

Professional development to go alongside your research

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Professional development to go alongside your research

May 12, 2020 by Katya Mameishvili

As a scientist, you focus on your research and often spend a significant portion of your time performing experiments in the lab. If you are a hard-core experimentalist,...

Seven inspiring women in science you may never have heard of

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Seven inspiring women in science you may never have heard of

April 20, 2020 by Katya Mameishvili

As March is Women’s History Month, we would like to celebrate it by sharing seven stories of incredible female scientists. We all know about such giants of science...

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