You can post about research papers and about news on topics unrelated to ME/CFS in this sub-forum. If you are posting a paper, here are some guidelines. Following these can help people find the thread, avoid duplicate threads, and quickly get key information. 1. The format for a paper is Study title, year, first author - Add an 'et al' if there is more than one author. Example: Predicting personality traits from resting-state fMRI, 2017, Dubois et al Where the thread title would exceed the character limit, you can shorten it, retaining key words and using abbreviations and acronyms (e.g. ME/CFS). Use '...' to indicate missing words. Add more authors if you want to highlight a particular author who isn't the first author. Where a title is not self explanatory, add a short comment after the title, year and author, for example you might add [research includes ME/CFS]. Please do not add a personal opinion about the paper to the title, for example do not add 'more BPS rubbish' to the title. The first post is reserved for key information about the paper: Full title of the paper Authors' names Abstract in full Link to the paper, and where relevant to the pdf or sci-hub link. Don't include the abstract in a quote box, as it makes it harder for people to quote the abstract in discussion. Brief notes explaining the research such as 'In mice', 'Proposes a hypothesis', 'from XXX University' can be added, but if you want to make some commentary on the paper, do this in a subsequent post. 2. The format for an article is: Source: Article name, year, author e.g. Nature: Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell, 2020, Lee 3. Add tags - identify some key words and add those as tags on the left, just under the title. Thanks for posting! If you aren't sure about anything, contact the moderators.