News - 21 Sep `16Alert! Crackdown on predatory scientific journals.


In the last five years, open-access journals have popped up all over the Internet. Some of these publishers have deceived thousands of young and inexperienced researchers all over the world, costing them millions of dollarsand for many, their reputations. Continue

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