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Navigating International Publication Session 3 - Submission and Review

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What Makes a Successful Submission, Navigating Peer-Reviews & Publication Communications

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CABI is pleased to invite you to a series of webinar sessions, entitled Navigating International Publication, organised by Mr. Brahim Jrah, CABI's Senior Business Development Manager for the Middle East & Africa. We are delighted to host Dr. Alsayed Mashaheet, who will take you through the journey of how to get your scientific research published. Dr. Mashaheet received his PhD at North Carolina State University, and pursued postdoctoral research at NC State, Virginia Tech and Damanhour Universities.

This final session will cover what makes a successful submission, navigating peer-reviews and publication communications.

The first session will cover publishing motivations, selecting your research question and the suitable journals for consideration. SIGN UP HERE (please note registration closes 28th July at 10:00 BST).

The second session in the series will focus on the best way to write your manuscript. SIGN UP HERE (please note registration closes 4th August at 10:00 BST).

Once signed up, you will receive instructions on how to join the online session.

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CABI is a not-for-profit international organization that improves people’s lives by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. Our mission and direction is influenced by its member countries who help guide the activities undertaken. These include scientific publishing, development projects and research and microbial services. CABI helps address the issues of global concern, such as food security through science, information and communication. We do this by improving crop yields and combating threats to agriculture from pests and diseases, protecting biodiversity and safeguarding the environment, and improving access to agricultural and environmental scientific knowledge. For more information go to www.cabi.org

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