What Is an Academic Editor?
Academic refers to system-specific knowledge, and it is also a type of learning knowledge. It refers to higher education and research in general, and it is the discipline of beings and their laws. From "Historical Biography of Laozi Han Fei" and "Biography of Historical Records of Zhang Yi".
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- Contemporary anthropologist Zhang Ronghuan will be academic
- Honoring the scholars for enlightenment and civilization, the most cultivated peaches and plums.
Academic, academic, apparel
- From 1300 to 1400, when the university was born, gowns were often linked to academia. This may be because the early scholars were priests and church staff. Even though the gowns worn by the bachelor later came in different colors, graduation gowns became a tradition to some extent.
- For example, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge, college students will wear it on grand occasions or at the graduation ceremony. College gowns are often short versions of bachelor gowns. Other British and American universities no longer have this tradition.
- The English aesthetician wears a simple full-body robe without any ornaments and a boxy cap with tassel. In addition, a bachelor may be eligible to wear a ceremonial hood in some schools. Bachelor's hoods are rare in the United States. Bachelor's hoods are generally black, but there may be a degree lined in silk.
- A master in the United States or Britain wears a similar cap and gown but closed sleeves with cracks, and a ceremonial hood hangs under the gown. Traditionally, hoods are tapered with strips of silk or velvet, paired with academic colors and university colors.
Academic academic corruption
- Academic corruption refers to the ugly behavior of plagiarism, plagiarism, possession of other people's research results, or falsification or modification of research data. Academic corruption is, first of all, a manifestation that violates academic morality and scientific spirit, and is a product of impetuous academic style and quick success. In the field of higher education and scientific research, there have been some phenomena similar to the Great Leap Forward fraud. The editorial entitled "Counterfeiting: China Needs Action" published by the internationally renowned medical journal and the British "The Lancet" Magazine on January 9, 2010, has sounded the alarm for us. This is not the first time that the issue of academic fraud in China has been exposed by an internationally renowned academic journal. On May 31, 2006, the British "Nature" magazine also published an editorial entitled "Finding Fraud in China". This matter has attracted the attention of the international academic community and has become a serious academic moral issue. 
- In recent years, fraud in Chinese universities has become more serious. Professor Yang Yusheng of China University of Political Science and Law said that almost all Chinese universities have academics suspected of academic fraud or corruption. Typical cases of academic corruption are:
- On October 16, 2008, Zhejiang University School of Pharmacy received an email that reflected the academic misconduct of He Haibo, an associate professor in the School of Pharmacy. After receiving the e-mail, investigation teams were formed at the hospital and school levels, and investigations were initiated on the same day. On October 23, 2008, one week after the school began investigating He Haibo's academic misconduct, the "New Threads" website disclosed its multiple submissions. After a period of evolution, after the Spring Festival, the incident aroused widespread attention from many media and all aspects of society, and became a hot point of public opinion. According to all relevant personnel's statements, handwriting appraisal and other materials currently available, academician Li Lianda's signature in eight academic fraud articles involving He Haibo was signed by He Haibo without his knowledge, without evidence It shows that Li Lianda participated in the thesis falsification, plagiarism and plagiarism. Academician Li Lianda, as the dean, academic leader and cooperative mentor, was responsible for negligent management, poor education, and lax supervision of the He Haibo incident. The current term of the Dean will expire and the school will no longer be re-appointed.