Cactus Communications’ research promotion brand Impact Science gets accreditation from Japan’s MEXT

Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) awarded Impact Science with the Accreditation of Partnership on Research Assistance Service (A-PRAS) certificate.

Cactus Communications offering pro bono services to promote research on the 2019 coronavirus outbreak

In light of the deadly coronavirus outbreak and the need for timely information, Cactus Communications has started offering pro bono author

Cactus Communications announces acquisition of UNSILO, a Denmark-based technology solutions company

Cactus Communications has announced that it will be offering the winners of the European Young Researcher Award a service package aimed at

Cactus Communications to offer research communication services to help create Impact for recipients of European Young Researcher Award

Cactus Communications has announced that it will be offering the winners of the European Young Researcher Award a service package aimed at

Blank:a—a unique resource sharing university best practices globally—now online!

An online version of the print magazine Blank:a has been launched by Cactus Communications with the aim of disseminating university best practices globally

CACTUS hosts workshop on science writing and research communication for over 200 research scholars at IIT Bombay

Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a global science communications organization, hosted a workshop on November 13 at IIT Bombay on science

Impact Science and Vertigo Ventures Join Hands to Help Research Institutions in the UK Provide More Robust Support for Research Impact

Impact Science, a division of Cactus Communications that provides end-to-end support for the research impact life cycle, has partnered with Vertigo

SAGE Publishing partners with Editage to offer author services

Authors can avail of pre-submission and research dissemination services through the new platform , SAGE Publishing announces its partnership with Editage,

The first AI-powered manuscript submission marketplace connecting authors and journals

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How do we get young scientists to communicate science?

That it is time for scientists to move out of their ivory tower is sometimes seen as a reductive call to action. Yet as the topic of science communication emerges as a focal…

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When research impact was introduced as one of the assessment criteria for the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the main way universities were asked to…

Politics and policy: achieving research impact through Parliament

Of all the ways that research can turn into benefits for the wider world, one of the strongest and potentially furthest-reaching is when it transforms public policy.

Everything you need to know about REF 2021 in the UK

The 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF) is fast approaching. It is a high-stakes game, in which senior academic leaders are deeply involved.

Discoverability is probably a bigger problem than paywalls

This is the first in a series of articles that discuss the various issues plaguing the discoverability of research worldwide. In the past year, “Open Access” has been..

Science communication through the ages: storytelling in science

Man has been telling stories about natural phenomena since time immemorial; we have been wondering about ourselves and the universe

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Patents need press releases too! Introduction to patent journalism

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That life originated somewhere in the unique combination of heat, pressure, and chemicals available in hydrothermal

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