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  • Credit where credit is due 

    Kingsley, Danny (2017-05-26)
    Did you hear the one about how Economics researchers surveyed said they would be prepared to give a quarter of a thumb to get published in a particular journal? It would be funny if it were not true. What has happened to ...
  • When journal editors play favorites 

    Heesen, R (Springer, 2017)
    Should editors of scientific journals practice triple-anonymous reviewing? I consider two arguments in favor. The first says that insofar as editors’ decisions are affected by information they would not have had under ...
  • Trap Healing for High-Performance Low-Voltage Polymer Transistors and Solution-Based Analog Amplifiers on Foil 

    Pecunia, V; Nikolka, M; Sou, A; Nasrallah, I; Amin, AY; Mcculloch, I; Sirringhaus, H (Wiley, 2017-01-01)
    Solution-processed semiconductors such as conjugated polymers have great potential in large-area electronics. While extremely appealing due to their low-temperature and high-throughput deposition methods, their integration ...
  • Diversity and abundance of microbial eukaryotes in stream sediments from Svalbard 

    Hindshaw, RS; Lindsay, MR; Boyd, ES (Springer, 2017-03-31)
    Microbial eukaryotes are increasingly being recognised for their role in global biogeochemical cycles, yet very few studies have focussed on their distribution in high-latitude stream sediments, an important habitat which ...

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