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Why we are not ready for radical changes in science publishing?

There are indeed concerns about the current science publishing model, but until major changes in grant funding are incorporated, researchers will continue to lust after publications in high-tier journals. Having had the honor of attending back-to-back lectures by Nobel awardees

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Why publish science in peer-reviewed journals?

Peer review is commonly accepted as an essential part of scientific publication. But the ways peer review is put into practice vary across journals and disciplines. What is the best method of peer review? Is it truly a value-adding process?

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Posted in Journal article, Journal Selection, Peer Review, Peer-reviewed Journal, Science, Science and Technology, Scientific Journal

The open access journal Genomics Data helps researchers make the most of their data

In genomics, big data really is big. Genomic datasets quickly consume terabytes of computer storage with more information than we have the capacity to fully analyze or understand. As a result, scientists will often publish an article about only a

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Posted in Interdisciplinary research, Journal article, Peer Review, Science

Appearance of Lyme disease rash can help predict how bacteria spreads through body

Lyme disease is often evident by a rash on the skin, but infections do not always produce similar rashes. This can make it difficult to detect the disease early, when antibiotic treatment is most effective. In today’s issue of the Biophysical

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Electrical brain stimulation may spark a person’s ‘will to persevere’

What gives some people the ability to persevere through difficult situations that others may find insurmountable? The answer is no doubt a complicated one that may be beyond our full understanding, but new research published online today in the Cell Press

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Posted in Biology, Health Education, Journal article, Neurology, Neuroscience, Science, Science and Technology

Drugs that weaken traumatic memories show promise for PTSD treatment

Memories of traumatic events often last a lifetime because they are so difficult to treat through behavioral approaches. A preclinical study in mice published in the journal Cell reveals that drugs known as histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACis) can enhance the brain’s ability to permanently

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New study confirms that eating healthy does indeed cost more

On average, eating healthy costs about $1.50 more per day than the least healthy diets, a new study finds. The extra cost seems insignificant at first — a small cup of coffee often costs more — but it all adds up to

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