About Elsevier Connect

Alison Bert, Editor-in-ChiefElsevier Connect is an online platform with daily stories for the global science, health and technology communities, shared via a broad social media community. Contributors are experts in the field as well as Elsevier colleagues.

Topics include trends in scientific research; scientific and medical discoveries; tips on how to get published and get funding for your work; innovative products and techniques in your field; and a behind-the-scenes look at the different kinds of work we're doing at Elsevier. We also examine the industry and how its changing. Technology is transforming the way scientists conduct research and the way publishers disseminate it. Elsevier Connect provides a lens to explore the complex and ever-evolving worlds of science and publishing.

We aim to publish articles that reflect the challenges and experiences of the research community in a way that encourages thoughtful discussion. We hope you'll find this to be a valuable resource for your work and an enjoyable way to connect with your colleagues.[divider]

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Our contributors include members of the science and health communities. If you are interested in writing for Elsevier Connect or have an idea for a story, contact Editor-in-Chief Alison Bert at Elsevier_Connect@elsevier.com.

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