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Peer Review Week 2020

Is the need for speed and urgency being balanced by the need for quality in peer review during COVID-19? This article briefly explores this question.
As the world comes together for Peer Review Week, we look at the benefits and challenges of preprints, and whether its growing popularity is eroding trust in peer review…
The long-drawn peer review process can be frustrating for not just for researchers, but also for the journal editor. How can you, the author, help accelerate the…
While the significance of peer review itself cannot be contested, the fact remains that there are critical challenges around peer review. These challenges could hamper…
The truth is that love it or hate it, peer reviews play an integral part of the scholarly publishing process and research authors must learn to live with it. But in the…
I must admit that as a young academic, receiving a decision from a journal stirs up some strong emotions. With trembling hands I read the editor’s decision: Major…
Peer Review Week 2020 is coming up - and we would like you to join us in all the great discussions around peer review!
At first, it seems AI and peer review have nothing in common. Peer reviewers are human, and no machine has (yet) come up with the ability to read a paper and decide if…
As we talk about trust in peer review, the theme of Peer Review Week 2020, we asked top-journal peer reviewers to share their views on this integral process. Read on to…
As we discuss trust in this year’s Peer Review Week, our expert Christopher Leonard explains how AI is being used to aid human decision making, and how this, in turn,…