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A vision for a better future – using new tools of openness and transparency to improve the scientific process

This is a guest post by Pete Binfield and Jason Hoyt, co-founders of the open access journal PeerJ. I don’t make a habit of running posts from private companies here at Reciprocal Space but have been impressed by the innovative … Continue reading

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