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Scientific journal print that page

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In academic publishing , a scientific journal is a periodical publication intended to further the progress of science , usually by reporting new research . There are thousands of scientific journals in publication, and many more have been published at various points in the past (see list

Scientific literature print that page

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Scientific literature can include the following kinds of publications: scientific articles published in scientific journals patents specialized for science and technology (for example, biological patents and chemical patents ) books wholly written by one or a small number of co- authors

Cold fusion print that page

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reaction byproducts. [ 11 ] [ 12 ] Since cold fusion articles are rarely published in refereed scientific journals, the results do not receive as much scrutiny as more mainstream topics, [ 13 ] and many scientists aren't even aware that there is new research. [ 14 ] Mainstream scientists

Mary Midgley print that page

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Guardian has described her as a fiercely combative philosopher and the UK's "foremost scourge of scientific pretension'". [ 1 ] Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Academic life 2.1 Ideas and arguments 2.1.1 On reductionism and materialism 2.1.2 Midgley–Dawkins debate

Public Library of Science print that page

The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a nonprofit open-access scientific publishing project aimed at creating a library of open access journals and other scientific literature under an open content license. It launched its first journal, PLoS Biology , in October 2003 and publishes

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Scientific misconduct print that page

The consequences of scientific misconduct can be severe at a personal level for both perpetrators and any individual who exposes it. In addition there are public health implications attached to the promotion of medical or other interventions based on dubious research findings. Contents

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Peter Breggin print that page

1968. Breggin is a life member of the American Psychiatric Association and an editor for several scientific journals. His opinions have been portrayed both favorably and unfavorably in the media, including Time Magazine [ 5 ] and the New York Times . [ 6 ] [ 7 ] He has appeared as a guest

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J. Philippe Rushton print that page

He has published more than 250 articles and six books, including two on altruism, and one on scientific excellence, and co-authored an introductory psychology textbook. [ 7 ] He is a signatory of the opinion piece " Mainstream Science on Intelligence ". [ 8 ] [ 9 ] Work and opinions Genetic

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Open access print that page

Open Access comes in two comparable forms : Gratis OA is no-cost online access, while Libre OA offers some additional usage rights. [ 2 ] Open content is similar to OA, but usually includes the right to modify the work, whereas in scholarly publishing it is usual to keep an article's content

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Peer review print that page

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the peer evaluation of clinical teaching skills for both physicians and nurses, [ 1 ] [ 2 ] to scientific peer review of journal articles, and to the secondary rating of the clinical value of articles in peer-reviewed journals. [ 3 ] Moreover, " medical peer review " has been used by the