What is Mind the Graph? Free infographic maker for science

You never saw a free infographic maker like this one. Mind the Graph has everything you need to create stunning presentations, banner, posters and graphical abstracts. It’s way better infographic maker than Canva or Piktochart, when it comes to scientific…Read more
The RT PCR Test for Coronavirus

The RT-PCR Test for Coronavirus

From many things that you have heard about COVID-19 in 2020, one thing in the midst of it all is the test used to detect if someone is contaminated with the virus, the famous RT-PCR test or only PCR. Surely,…Read more
A Professor’s Checklist of Writing Awesome Thesis

A Professor’s Checklist of Writing Awesome Thesis

A thesis is a document that is submitted to support a statement based on your ideas and research. A thesis is written in a way such that it intends to prove a point that you believe in. Let’s face it,…Read more
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Nobel Prize 2020 for Chemistry goes goes to CRISPR DUO

The CRISPR DUO Steals The Show: Nobel Prize 2020 in Chemistry

Precision is the trademark of a scientist. Leaving no stones unturned, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna discovered the revolutionary tool in gene technology called CRISPR/Cas9, “The Genetic Scissors”. The pioneers, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna, of this life changing tool…Read more
Hepatitis C Nobel Prize 2020 for Medicine Chemistry

Nobel Prize 2020 for Medicine – Discovery, Diagnosis, and Cure of Hepatitis C

In one of the global scientific benchmark events of the year held at Stockholm on 5th October 2020, the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine was awarded to a group of virologists and biochemists for the discovery of the Hepatitis…Read more

10 Things Your Professors Won’t Tell You About Writing Research Papers

A research paper is an essay that explains your opinions and interpretations of a specific topic based on an in-depth exploration of the topic. Research papers contain information from credible sources such as books, articles, etc, along with your point-of-view…Read more
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Why Communicate Science through Narratives?

Have you heard about communication through narratives? Storytelling? So, communicating through narratives is a way of telling, in a more playful and didactic way, any kind of thing. Communication through narratives is not exactly telling fictional stories, but speaking through…Read more

Tutorial video: Creating effective charts

This tutorial video shows how you can create a  effective charts in Mind the Graph. You won’t have to start from scratch. Thus, it will be easier to create something flashy and interesting to communicate your research, spending less time.…Read more

Reaching more publications: meet Edanz

What makes a text accepted for publication? Why didn’t my target publication accept my paper? Is my research not relevant enough?  As scientists, we know that these are constant concerns. After all, even with good results, papers are rejected for…Read more
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How to request an Illustration at Mind the Graph

This tutorial video shows how you can request a illustration in Mind the Graph. You won’t have to start from scratch. Thus, it will be easier to create something flashy and interesting to communicate your research, spending less time. We…Read more

Infectious Diseases – Scientific illustrations #49

If you need scientific illustrations, here is the place, we have literally thousands of scientific illustrations for you, including several topics in  Biology, Ecology, Life Sciences, Health Sciences and Medicine/Anatomy, even more specifics like infectious diseases, for exemple. This is a…Read more

Cells – Scientific illustrations #48

If you need scientific illustrations, here is the place, we have literally thousands of scientific illustrations for you, including several topics in  Biology, Ecology, Life Sciences, Health Sciences and Medicine/Anatomy, even more specifics like cells, for exemple. This is a collection…Read more
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