Reviewer: Ditch the 11-point Font, Embrace the Flowchart | GenomeWeb

Blogger DrdrA at Blue Lab Coats writes about being on the "other side of the grant," as a reviewer, and drafts a list of "Reviewer Blues." On the list? Eleven-point Arial font, 25 sub-aims listed beneath three overall aims ("sometimes less is more," she writes), and pages packed with text and no breathing room.

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