What if you could read through information 70% faster without losing any vital information? Pareto's principle suggests it's possible. This article explains how to go about achieving it.Read more
Whether you’re starting your first research project or your fifth, each project is unique and can be a lot to manage. From research proposals, project planning, data collection and report writing, there’s a lot to consider. In this article, we have five tips to help you prepare effectively for your upcoming research projects.
The need to delay and avoid completing tasks is what we know as procrastination. It’s a common issue that we all encounter at some point, because it's hard to take action in the moment when the rewards seem far away. In contrast, the tasks that are luring us in provide instant gratification. In this article, we’ll look at some tips for breaking out of the procrastination cycle.
A discussion on how marketer's in startups must align their desires for growth with a focus on product development. There are a number of strategies for doing this, and they will likely take the business in some interesting directions.
Do you know where to start when learning a new topic? Usually, we’re encouraged to develop our exam technique, revision skills and academic writing ability, but the first steps to knowledge building are overlooked. However, knowing how to learn can improve our ability to study efficiently and make revision or assignment preparation easier. In this article, we’ll look at how to approach new learning material for the first time.
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Do you struggle to find the relevant literature for your assignments or research projects? The search for academic sources works differently to the approach we might use when we search the Internet. In this article, we’ll learn how to search through academic databases effectively and identify the most relevant papers.
‘Blog’ is an abbreviation of ‘weblog’, meaning blogs have been around no longer than the internet itself Blogs generally take one of two forms: a diary-entry style text, or an informational webpage This one is the latter! Read on to find out how to start writing your own
If you’re looking to improve your workflow and implement well-known study techniques using simple tools, then we have the perfect list for you. In this article, we’ll introduce some digital study tools that can help you to create an ideal study environment, better manage your time and focus, and make your note-taking and researching more efficient and flexible.
Being a student is stressful. Some stressors are obvious, such as trying to study for exams or working towards deadlines. But research has shown that students encounter other stressors that might be less obvious, for example, personal habits and expectations. In this article, we’ll look at some common student stressors identified in research and some tips for overcoming them.
Postgraduate study can feel like new and unfamiliar territory, even having made it through your undergraduate studies. Research has identified that the transition from undergrad to postgrad can be as equally as disorienting as that from school to undergrad. So, if you’re feeling lost, and worrying about the expectations and demands that come with a new course - you’re not alone! In this guide, we’ll look at the common worries of postgrad students and how to address them.
Feedback is a key steppingstone to improving our grades and polishing off our assignments. But, where do we begin making sense of it? How can we actually use the feedback we receive to keep building and honing our academic skills? In this article, we’ll discuss how you can effectively use feedback to address your strengths and weaknesses.
Whilst writing up a piece of work, do you often find it difficult to put the source material into your own words? Although original thinking is an important part of marking rubrics, it is often reserved for the top grade, whereas the succinct, accurate, and convincing delivery of researched information comprises that which markers want to see most fundamentally. Paraphrasing is an essential tool for such a delivery, and mastering this skill will greatly improve your ability to communicate and summarise information in your own terms.
Are you a young adult who suffers with the aches and pains of a pensioner? Do you also spend lots of time at your desk, crouched over onto your keyboard, working for hours on end? Your body's welfare might be aggravated by your working posture. Do you pay much attention to how you carry yourself during working hours? Do you even know what to pay attention to? Fortunately for you, this article is full of great advice on how to keep good posture while you work.
A bibliography is a collection of the sources used when preparing for an assignment. This includes those that were not referenced in text but still helped with idea formation. Although bibliographies are an essential part of our academic life, many of us fail to keep track. In the end, we rush to compile our bibliographies, and can fail to format our citations correctly when confronted with a long list of sources to organise. In this article, we have some tips for keeping track of those sources for your bibliography.
Everyone loves a good story, don’t they? Whether told by a friend, a screenwriter, or an author, the narrative is cherished by humanity for its capacity to teach and entertain. But what about beyond that? Research has discovered that reading affects us in more ways than the two mentioned, ways that contribute to physical and mental wellbeing. This article will explore how reading affects our health.
In 2030, we might even see a near fully automated and sustainable agricultural sector. AIs might become capable of being effective under radical uncertainty. We could also see the development of invisible wearable technology that can monitor our health data seamlessly.
For all of us in the UK, it has been a long and arduous academic year. We have spent most of it confined to the walls of our homes, forced to work (as well as 'live') from the inside of our bedrooms. This has been an enormous challenge for us all. But now, with our past freedoms gradually being restored, we must re-adapt to life on the outside. For many this will be hugely exciting, and for some rather daunting, but with the academic year finally behind us, we should all look forward to reconnecting with people and enjoying ourselves.
A quick walkthrough of how this feature works in genei. Generate original notes on any passage of text instantly with AI. Highlight over a chosen passage of text and with a single clikc, genei will provide a concise breakdown in a clear, note-like form.
Social comparisons encourage us to self-evaluate our abilities against others'. This kind of self-assessment can occur when we compare ourselves to those who we perceive as superior or inferior, or in other words, when we make upward and downward social comparisons. In this article, we’ll discuss the consequences of social comparison and how to achieve a healthy balance.
Over the past year, medical research has taken on a new level of global significance. Covid-19 has seen an extraordinary amount of research published and piled pressure on governments, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies to find and implement solutions based on this research. It is with this in mind that genei announces its partnership with the Cambridge University Innovation in Medicine Research Group.
As the first decentralised cryptocurrency, Bitcoin was never going to be the perfect model. As with any prototype - for example, that of the first car or telephone - there will inevitably be imperfections which make the first of its kind less practical than what may come along in the future. That is a bit like what Bitcoin is facing at the moment.