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What is the percentage of people doing an intercalation degree getting a paper published from it?

And would the paper be peer reviewed or non?
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66.6% (recurring of course)

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Don't know. Would depend on the topic you pick, how hard you work, and maybe uni/course structure.

There is also just a huge amount of luck involved, especially in lab projects. You can slave away for 6 months get all negative results and have nothing, or you can work for a week get a positive result and have a first author publication in a prestigious journal (as happened to a friend of mine).

Also people who do get publications are more likely to talk about it so just a vague impression is likely to be an overestimate.

My guess would be a third to half? Higher for a poster at a conference? Really just guessing though.
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