"What Makes an Author" and "Documenting Experimental Methods"

Nature methods provides some advice on these topics.

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What Makes an Author

The acknowledgement of scientific contributions in the form of manuscript authorship is vital at all stages of a researcher’s career, from the well-established principal investigator applying for million-dollar grants to the undergraduate student applying to PhD programs. It’s essential that authorship lists are constructed with utmost care.

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Share methods through visual and digital protocols

Documenting experimental methods ensures reproducibility and accountability, and there are innovative ways to disseminate and update them.

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