Work interests: Providing NPO social network for better research communication
Affiliation/website: Serving all members of the Research Cooperative
Preferred contact method: Other (details below)
Preferred contact language(s): English
Contact: email (researchcooperative atto gmail dotto com)
Favourite publications: PJ Matthews and J Akamine, eds. (2004) Research Writing in Japan: Personal, Cultural, and Practical Perspectives, Senri Ethnological Reports No. 49. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.
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Welcome to the Research Cooperative
Kia ora! Добро пожаловать ¡Bienvenido! 환영합니다 Willkommen! مرحبا بك Hosgeldiniz! 欢迎！Bienvenue!
Members can post offers and requests for editing, proofreading, translation, illustration, indexing and transcription ... all services that are needed for better science communication.
Join to build a public profile and post messages. Signup using the menu tab above, or see more about how to join and use our network, and all services. Our website uses English, but we welcome members working with any language. The site founder and administrator is a New Zealander and biologist living in Japan. The network was started in 2001.
See welcome in: Arabic , Chinese , Dutch , French , Italian , Japanese , Polish , Portuguese , Spanish (see further translations requested )
Tip: Cut the jargon to increase citations of your work
The most-cited papers avoid specialized terminology in the title and abstract, according to a study of 21,486 papers on cave science (a field that spans biology, geology, paleontology, and anthropology). To catch readers, make the bait readable!
See: Martinez and Mammola (2021) in Proceedings of the Royal Society B
The Research Cooperative is a moderated social network dedicated to better academic, technical and educational communication.
Membership is open to individuals, learners and professional service providers, volunteers, educational organisations, commercial service companies, and academic, technical or educational publishers in any country.
The network serves all disciplines, countries and languages, and brings together researchers, university teachers, students, science writers, editors, proofreaders, translators, illustrators, indexers, and publishers.
As 'knowledge workers' we all need to work together more effectively for better communication.