Assigning authorship for research papers can be tricky. These approaches can help


Maybe you’ve heard about the cat who co-authored a scientific paper—but what about the dog? That would be Grandmother Liboiron, owned by Max Liboiron, an environmental scientist at the Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada. The authorship wasn’t merely a quirky solution to a minor grammar problem, as was the case for the cat. The full article was published at Science.

IMAGE: Provided by Max Liboiron