'Findings Increasingly Novel, Scientists Say' | GenomeWeb

Neil Saunders, blogger at What You're Doing is Rather Desperate, posted a photo to his Twitter account last week with the newspaper-style headline style caption: "Findings Increasingly Novel, Scientists Say," which he says is meant to be a "tongue-in-cheek" look at the use of the word "novel" in the titles of papers indexed in PubMed.

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