Category Archives: Peer review

Evidence of corruption?

Guilty.   Not guilty. The moment in the courtroom when a verdict is delivered is a moment of high drama, potentially a life-changing decision for the accused. Reading newspaper reports of court cases makes me feel uneasy. Is the verdict correct? How … Continue reading

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Scientific information in the digital age

Just a quick one. The European Commission is consulting on scientific information in the digital age. In late 2011 they intend to adopt a Communication and Recommendation on access to and preservation of digital scientific information. The press release says: … Continue reading

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Peer review inquiry – written evidence

I wrote a couple of months back about the background to the Science & Technology Select Committee’s inquiry into peer review. The Select Committee has published all the written evidence submitted to its inquiry. The publication of written evidence provides … Continue reading

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