As part of this year’s peer review week celebrations, Alice Meadows (ORCID) chaired a panel debate with Irene Hames (Peer review and publications… Read more »
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The deadline for the BMC "Research in Progress" photo competition has now been extended to Sunday the 17th September.
The BMC "Research in Progress" photo competition is well under way but there’s still time to get your entries in.