Is This the End? | GenomeWeb

Is This the End?

For centuries, researchers have relied on journal publishers to inform the community about their discoveries, Benchfly's Alan Marnett says. But now that the 21st century is here, it's time to start thinking about the "impending death of scientific journals" and just what kind of "fast-paced, technologically savvy" system might suitably replace them, he adds.

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