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It's been 350 years since Philosophical Transactions, the first scientific journal, began publishing, and the meetings surrounding the celebration held by the UK Royal Society have gotten the University of Oxford's Dorothy Bishop thinking about the future of scientific publishing, as she writes at the Guardian.

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