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In this issue we explore how to make research more transparent, examine new ways to meet author needs, and discuss the potential impact of private funding on the research community.

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Collaborating and competing at the first ever Impact-a-thon

In a workshop at the American Fisheries Society annual meeting, we explored how members can use new science communication tools to brainstorm projects that can improve research impact in the field.

Learn more about the winning project ➤

One in ten members left a society last year
Whether they retire or they don’t see value in the benefits, our 4th annual Society Member Survey reveals the reasons why members don’t renew.

Explore how to win your members back ➤
What’s your Citizen Science IQ?
Open Science works to make published research more transparent and reproducible. Citizen Science opens up the research process itself.

Learn how societies can support the movement ➤

Jennifer Regala of ASPB on improving the author experience

The Managing Editor of Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell discusses how her organization uses new tools to quickly share article revisions.

Discover how to meet your authors’ needs ➤

Society Spotlight

Are you more of a Dr. Frankenstein or an Ironman?
In our research report, To Know the World, we explored the power of stereotypes of scientists in popular media and how they impact public perceptions of science.

Which scientist are you? Take the quiz ➤
Private funding has a new agenda for research
In a highly competitive environment for government grants, powerful private organizations like the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative are poised to have an impact.

See how new funders could affect your discipline ➤
Don’t Miss
Video – What Is Research Impact? We Asked the Experts
Blog – Why We Need Whistleblowing for Research Integrity
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