In a new paper published this week in Nature Human Behaviour, CSER Alumni Tatsuya Amano and CSER Research Associate Clarissa Rios Rojas, and co-authors write "Language barriers have serious consequences in science, causing inequality for under-represented communities, making non-English-language knowledge inaccessible, and impeding the uptake of science by decision-makers." and provide ten tips for overcoming language barriers in science.
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Ten tips for overcoming language barriers in science
Paper by Tatsuya Amano, Clarissa Rios Rojas, Yap Boum II, Margarita Calvo, Biswapriya B. Misra