Tagged: predatory journals

I Published a Fake Paper in a ‘Peer-Reviewed’ Journal - Guest Work

Guest Author Dec 02, 2020

Bradley Allf Back in April, I received a strange email from a pair of academic journals inviting me to submit my research to one of their latest issues. The email was written in a jarring mix of fonts, and riddled with formatting mistakes and bungled idioms. The editor who sent it to me had, inexplicably, attached a … Read More

Science isn’t broken, but we can do better: here’s how - Guest Work

Guest Author Apr 20, 2018

Alan Finkel, Office of the Chief Scientist This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Every time a scandal breaks in one of the thousands of places where research is conducted across the world, we see headlines to the effect that “science is broken”. But if it’s “broken” today, then when … Read More