Why Mind the Graph?

Drosophila melanogaster or fruit flies are one of the most important models in medical and scientific studies. There main reason they are so important is that fruit flies genome has been entirely decoded and it is very similiar to humans.…Read more
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Would you broadcast your research?

What if you could broadcast your research to millions of people and make your work widely known? At first, most of us would think this is a dream come true to our scientist career. However, how would you actually feel?…Read more
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Does the scientific paper format need a revolution?

The scientific paper format was a revolution in science. Before it, the scientific communication was made between few academics using letters and rare books.  Then, during the XVII Century, a revolution arises to improve scientific communication. The first scientific magazines allowed the…Read more
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Is communication an issue for you?

Publishing a paper that no one will ever read is no fun. Instead, it is amazing to find out that someone across the world is reading and citing your work. But how to know what has been going on with…Read more
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5 tips to structure a scientific poster

Present a scientific poster is a common way to communicate a scientific research. It is an important part of science congress, mainly for students to show their results. But in a ocean of data and information, it’s hard to stand out. How to…Read more
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Scientific paper: Journal editor’s view

Once all work is done and reviewed a couple of hundred times, the so awaited moment arrives: time to submit your scientific paper! It is a long well-known road. But, chances your paper will be accepted at first try are…Read more
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Get visibility for your research in 5 steps

If you think publishing a paper is the only way to get visibility to your research, you are waaay behind in science communication. Most scientific information never reaches the usual communication channels or a big part of our society. Thus,…Read more
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Infographics formula by Alberto Cairo

Reference in data visualization, Alberto Cairo is one of the biggest names when the subject is infographics. Alberto was born in Spain, where he led the creation of the Interactive Infographics Department at El Mundo and won several awards with…Read more
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How to make an infographic?

Last week, Botelho et al. published a new research on gene manipulation in chicken. Their paper has a great graphical abstract to illustrate main points of the research.  Nevertheless, Mind the Graph wouldn’t let an amazing work like this without…Read more
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Science superpower: Seeing through objects

Science fiction movies have given us hope about developing superpowers such as invisibility, super strengh and teletransportation. What if I tell you we are closer to that then we have ever been What if I tell you we have already…Read more
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