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Fast, But Right

The typical scientific process of getting results, submitting a paper, and publishing in a peer-reviewed journal can be slow, but it has been sped up as researchers and others try to get a grasp on the COVID-19 pandemic. In an opinion piece appearing in Scientific American, Peter Gleick cautions that a balance between speed and accuracy needs to be struck.

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