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Is Peer Review a Process in Ruins?: The Politics Behind Getting Your Paper Published

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Is Peer Review a Process in Ruins?: The Politics Behind Getting Your Paper Published

In an era when science is under increasing scrutiny, it is vitally important that scientists maintain the highest levels of moral standards and ethical behavior. But just how fair is the publishing process which disseminates scientific discoveries? And who should be able to access this information?

Join us for our final interactive panel event this year to debate the ethics of peer review and open versus closed access publishing. We have an excellent line-up of speakers including:

  • Dr. Stephen Simpson (Senior Editor at Science)
  • Dr. Robert Shields (Senior Editor at PLoS)
  • Prof. Michael Wakelam (Director of the Babraham Institute, Cambridge)
  • Dr. Peter Lawrence (Principle Investigator at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge)

Chaired by Dr Summers (Department of Genetics)

Refreshments will be served at the end. We look forward to welcoming you!

This talk is part of the The Triple Helix Lecture Series series.

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