German market and Mind the Graph!

Hallo, wissenschafts liebhaber! This week Mind the Graph is in Germany and a german blog posted about us! We can expect great things from the german market! Signaut wrote about the idea behind Mind the Graph and how it connects…Read more
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Figure browser takes science to a new level!

What if you could have a figure browser to search for scientific illustrations? It sounds great, but does it make sense? Does having a figure improves our research in addition to making it more visual?We always had the feeling that…Read more
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Open access: freedom at last!

One of the biggest discussions in the scientific world is the open access to scientific data. As researchers, we feel the pain of willing to read a paper and not having free access to it. Even though many universities provide…Read more
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Mind the Graph and Overleaf for science!

This week, Overleaf published a guest post from Mind the Graph. Our CEO Fabricio Pamplona wrote about the integration of these two platforms! You know how long it takes to finish writing a paper, right? Well, what if you could…Read more
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Reproduction structure of a flower DIY

Scientists are known for their poorly made presentations and posters. However, our degrees do not teach us to make science beautiful and simple. On the contrary, our scientific journey teaches us complicated words and difficult techniques that only science-instructed people…Read more
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Scientific illustrations? Ask us!

Mind the graph is a DIY platform that already has many scientific illustrations available for free. However, the number of scientific fields is giant and the demand for new scientific illustrations is constant. For this reason, we keep receiving e-mails…Read more
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