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Go to the profile of Muhammad Naeem Nizam
Muhammad Naeem Nizam about 1 year ago

In peer review, not only positive results should be taken as most important part of manuscripts. Results are the contribution to the science either positive or negative.

Go to the profile of Shubhra
Shubhra 6 months ago

I really like this concept...

Go to the profile of Kamuyu Mwai
Kamuyu Mwai 3 months ago

Good points learned

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Saritha Lingareddy about 1 month ago

1. Its true; especially when testing a new hypothesis or proving existing ones. One may not always be successful working towards either of these. If it  goes unpublished, how would one want to explore or think in a different way?

2.Registered reports seem interesting. Its less burden on both the authors and the reviewers; unaware of this. I really appreciate this module.

3. Never thought that peer review is such an  intricate and organized process. This course is very informative.