Publishing with impact
We can give you guidance for publishing the results of your research. We can give you advice on publishing policies and help you standardize your signature and find out about new calls for papers and conferences in your fields of knowledge and research.
Detect and prevent plagiarism
We can help you identify if a research paper has been plagiarized or contains parts of third-party works that have not been properly cited and can be considered plagiarism in the scientific review process.
The service is aimed at researchers (management profile) and teaching staff.
Make your request
How it works?
Fill in the form with your enquiry and the text you would like us to examine.
You will receive a report showing the extent to which the document you have sent us and the publications found by the plagiarism detection system match, with a suggested interpretation of the result.
The service is aimed at doctoral candidates, researchers (management profile) and teaching staff wishing to check the degree of similarity between their work and other sources or who suspect that one of their published works has been plagiarized.
Oriol SoléOperative subgroup: Academic Journal Editing Operative group: Office of the Deputy General Manager (Research and Innovation). Open Science
Frequently Asked Questions
What does "plagiarism" mean?
"Plagiarism" is the action and effect of copying parts of one or more works created by another person and inserting them into one's own work without stating their original source.