Biology's Roiling Debate Over Publishing Research Early
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August 2, 201715 min read, 3038 words

Biology's Roiling Debate Over Publishing Research EarlyBiology's Roiling Debate Over Publishing Research Early

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Published: August 2, 2017  |  15 min read, 3038 words
Daniel MacArthur set out to build a massive library of human — the biggest ever. The 60,706 raw sequences, collected from colleagues all over the globe, took up a petabyte of memory. It was the kind of flashy, blockbuster project that would secure MacArthur a coveted spot in one ...
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October 22, 2019
This was a fantastic, in-depth look at Biology's world of academic papers. Although the article will feel dry and overly technical to some readers, for those interested in how knowledge becomes knowledge and how scientific fields either thrive or don't, this will be a fulfilling read.
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August 4, 2017
Well sourced and linked article describing "preprint" - a phenomenon since the rise of publishing scientific research on the internet. Long read but provides you the dilemma many researchers and scientists face.
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