Peer Review Possibilities | GenomeWeb

Online post-publication peer reviewers offering critiques of others' papers are confronted by a growing range of places to publish their comments, and they now find themselves trying to pick the publication that will make the biggest impact, Richard Van Noorden writes at the Nature News Blog.

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