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Resource ID: #24700
Subject: Science
Source: New Scientist
Date: 2010-06-12



Aldhous focuses on the recent influx of work in cellular programming and takes a look at the peer review system by which research papers in the field of science are published. His analysis showed that U.S. researchers have had a "significant advantage in publication" and that those publications end up in more prominent journals. On the other hand, Japanese researchers are faced with "tougher competition" from U.S.-based researchers.

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