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10:44 PM | February 19, 2013
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So, it is common to hear scientists complain about peer review, about how it is "broken," and there is probably something to that. Over at Backreaction, a blog by theoretical physicists at The Economist, Sabine Hossenfelder argues that the future of peer review, on that will fix its problems, is already here, in the form of what she calls "pre-print peer review." The idea is to separate the peer review process from the journals, and attach it to the manuscript. So, if I write a manuscript, I […]

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