Science/Research


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As we have mentioned in several articles so far, plagiarism can be found in different forms and industries, even in video games. This time, we have collected the most prominent cases where inventions were stolen throughout history: The Telephone Alexander Graham Bell got his patent back in year 1876 and… Read More »

Stolen Inventions Throughout History


What is Open Access? Open Access allows universal and free accessibility of all kinds of published information on the web. The concept was first introduced by the Budapest Open Access Initiative in February 2002. The initiative defined the concept of open access as follows: “The literature that should be freely… Read More »

Open Access Fosters Education and Global Collaboration






Predictions about the development of technology in higher education Over the last few decades many have predicted that extensively using technology will distort higher education. The main argument was that online courses will affect the pricing of traditional education by offering a more convenient and arguably a more effective option.… Read More »

Technology in Higher Education


Stylometry – Based on our previous blog post The Haunting Presence of Ghostwriting in Academia, we wanted to highlight existing technical methods helping to identify ghostwriting.  Even though a comprehensively viable solution is still under construction, we can take a look at a couple of scientific approaches and software solutions.… Read More »

Stylometry is a Possible Solution to Detect Ghostwriting