Some biomedical journals may practice “nepotistic behavior,” a new study has suggested. In a random sample of 98 journals with a disproportionate number of publications by an author, that author was on the editorial board in 61% of cases, reported Clara Locher, PharmD, PhD, of the University of Rennes in
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Among the highest number of victims in South Asian countries, especially India, according to academics Subjectsreview | University Ritwik Sharma | New Delhi Last updated Nov 4, 2021 9:48 PM IST Two years ago, a Pune-based doctoral student enrolled at a Madhya Pradesh university submitted an article to a social
A collection of leading medical and health journals this week called for swift action to tackle climate change, calling on governments to cooperate and invest in the environmental crisis with the degree of funding and urgency they have used to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. In an editorial published in