Publishing papers is a great way to test out ideas and often to get external feedback (if for a peer reviewed journal, for instance).
It is also a great opportunity to hone your writing, gains some external recognition that adds weight to the research, and offer evidence that the work is already offering a contribution to others.

Work out what publishing venues are relevant to your research and think and submitting papers.

In CPR, exhibiting, performing, and being broadcast/shown in public contexts are examples of other ways your research might be ‘made public’ or ‘published’ in other forms.

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