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Scientific publishing as seen from the editors chair

To many younger scientists the review process appears as an heavily biased, unfair process played by a set of clandestine rules (and established scientists feel the same way but rather play Dr. Seen-it-all). In the current issue of EMBO Journal, Pernille Rørth, its current executive editor presents a detailed, personal view of his her work and challenges to it such as full time editors vs part time editors. Recommended, even if EMBO Journal is not your target journal for submissions.
JSinger (guest) - 2005-11-21 22:51

"his work"?!?

Pernille Rørth is not just a female, but a rather hot one...

spitshine - 2005-11-22 14:02

Ahem. Right. Thanks.

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