Research gate

research gate

What is ResearchGate?

ResearchGate is changing how scientists share and advance research. Links researchers from around the world. Transforming the world through collaboration. Revolutionizing how research is conducted and disseminated in the digital age. ResearchGate allows researchers around the world to collaborate more easily.

What is the academic reception of ResearchGate?

Academic reception of ResearchGate remains generally positive, as recent reviews of extant literature show an accepting audience with broad coverage of concepts.

Why should I join ResearchGate?

Discover scientific knowledge, and make your research visible. ResearchGate is changing how scientists share and advance research. Links researchers from around the world. Transforming the world through collaboration. Revolutionizing how research is conducted and disseminated in the digital age.

What is the difference between academia and ResearchGate?

In 2016 Academia.edu reportedly had more registered users (about 34 million versus 11 million) and higher web traffic, but ResearchGate was substantially larger in terms of active usage by researchers.

How do I get Started with ResearchGate?

To start connecting and collaborating with researchers around the world: Go to www.researchgate.net. Click Join for free or connect with Facebook or LinkedIn. Select which type of researcher you are. Enter your name, institutional email address, and choose a password.

What are the benefits of ResearchGate?

Revolutionizing how research is conducted and disseminated in the digital age. ResearchGate allows researchers around the world to collaborate more easily. For a common purpose of advancing scientific research. Cracking Open the Scientific Process. Ushering Open Science from a concept to a manifest reality.

What can I do on ResearchGate If Im not a researcher?

If you’re not a researcher you can still browse ResearchGate and discover content such as publications, jobs, and questions without being registered. Why has my account request been denied?

Can I use a deactivated email address to login to ResearchGate?

It is possible to use a deactivated email address to log in to your ResearchGate account, as long as you can remember your ResearchGate password. This is how you can change the email address associated with your ResearchGate account: 1. Log in to ResearchGate using your current login email address

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