Posts Tagged ‘Peer-review’

Peer-review: end it, don’t mend it

At Genomes Unzipped, Joe Pickrell has an important post up, Why publish science in peer-reviewed journals?: The recent announcement of a new journal sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Max Planck Society, and the Wellcome Trust generated a bit of discussion about the issues in the scientific publishing process it is designed to address—arbitrary editorial decisions, slow and unhelpful […]