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Blogs selected for Week September 18 to September 24, 2017

1. What does transparency in peer review mean to you? As part of 2017 peer review week celebrations, Alice Meadows (ORCID) chaired a panel debate with Irene Hames (Peer review and publications ethics expert), Andrew Preston (Publons), Carly Strasser (Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation) and Elizabeth Moylan (BMC) on what transparency in peer review meant […]

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Blogs selected for Week September 11 to September 17, 2017

1. Open peer review: bringing transparency, accountability, and inclusivity to the peer review process Open peer review is moving into the mainstream, but it is often poorly understood and surveys of researcher attitudes show important barriers to implementation. In his post in the LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog, Tony Ross-Hellauer provides an overview of […]

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Blogs selected for Week September 4 to September 10, 2017

1. ‘Reputed institutions publish in bogus journals’ Papers by researchers from reputed institutions in India have found their way into bogus journals. R. Prasad, in his post in The Hindu Blog, looks at a study that found that research papers from India top the list, while US universities are not far behind. The blog post […]

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