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  • When peer review is askew, what do we do?

    An early career researcher discusses issues with blinding and diversity in peer review, and ultimately whether including non-peer-reviewed preprints in science publishing can have beneficial effects…

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  • Peershank Redemption

    Author: Paweł Borowicz, Researcher, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway. Image credit: Pawel Borowicz. You can read more of…

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  • Frugal Ecosystem in Nepal: Lesson for Least Developed Countries

    Authors: Sweekrity Kanodia, Sudarshan GC Nepal is a developing nation faced with poor healthcare infrastructure due to geographical, economic and socio-cultural constraints. …

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