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Fifteen journals to outsource peer review decisions – Science Magazine

Free reviews from nonprofit body could add to questions facing scientific publishers

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By Cathleen OGradyApr. 19, 2021 , 5:10 AM
Some scholarly publishers have already outsourced operations like copyediting and printing. Now, 15 journals are outsourcing something central to science itself: the peer review process. The journals, which include BMJ Open Science and Royal Society Open Science, say they will accept articles reviewed by a nonprofit peer community organization.
Its the first time that journals have guaranteed that they will accept the recommendations of another body with…

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