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How Higgs owes his Nobel to an editor and a biologist | Science News

In his talk, describing the events that led to the prediction of his boson, he provided an enlightening case study about how science really works. As with so many good ideas in science, Higgs had trouble getting his paper published. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Peer Review, Research Integrity, and the Governance of Science: Practice, Theory, and Current Discussions | LSE Review of Books

The fact that this scholarly book about fairness and integrity in research is edited by (mostly) U.S. scholars but published by a Chinese press should not mislead readers into believing that this is a boastful text seeking to bestow upon … Continue reading

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