The problem of fraudulent peer reviews is an issue affecting the whole of academic journal publishing. Recently, BioMed Central, a well-known publication of peer-reviewed journals based in the UK, retracted 43 papers because of fabricated peer reviews, with signs of a broader fake peer review racket affecting many more publications. Is there a common connection between these articles? See more here. (Source: Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, 6/8/15)
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