The title of your work matters!

Based on

Gwilym Lockwood, Academic clickbait: articles with positively-framed titles, interesting phrasing, and no wordplay get more attention online., The Winnower 7:e146723.36330 (2016). DOI: 10.15200/winn.146723.36330

General idea:

•“Article titles with result-oriented positive framing and more interesting phrasing receive higher Altmetric scores, i.e., get more online attention. Article titles with wordplay and longer article titles receive lower Altmetric scores. “

•Additional tip: avoid such words as “novel” or “new” – will it still be valid 5 years later? Or even 1 year later?

by Gwilym Lockwood

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•The Next Frontier in Melt Electrospinning: Taming the Jet

•Designing Outside the Box: Unlocking the Geometric Freedom of Melt Electrowriting using Microscale Layer Shifting

P. Dalton

•Metals & polymers in the mix: fine-tuning the mechanical properties & color of self-healing mussel-inspired hydrogels

H. Birkedal

•The bioprinting roadmap

I.Ozbolat, L. Moroni

•Guiding Lights: Tissue Bioprinting Using Photoactivated Materials

M. Zenobi-Wong