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Allégations sur les publications d'Olivier Voinnet : le CNRS met en place une commission d'enquête scientifique

[Communiqués et dossiers de presse - CNRS] Au cours de ces derniers mois, de nombreux commentaires, pour la plupart anonymes, ont été publiés sur le site internet PubPeer, rapportant des manipulations effectuées sur des figures concernant une trentaine d'articles signés ou co-signés par Olivier Voinnet, directeur de recherche au CNRS actuellement en détachement à l'Ecole polytechnique fédérale (ETH) de Zürich (Suisse). (...) 09/04/2015

 


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La plateforme de #postpublication #peerreviewing PubPeer fait encore parler d'elle ! Les effets de l' #openscience et de l' #openresearch : la transparence de la science. 

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Anonymous peer-review comments may spark legal battle

Anonymous peer-review comments may spark legal battle | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it
legal battle embroiling PubPeer, an online forum launched in October 2012 for anonymous, postpublication peer review

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Tree of Science's curator insight, March 5, 2015 9:09 AM

PubPeer is an anonymous postpublication peer review platform launched in October 2012. PubPeer has recently entered in a legal battle linked to defamation about several comments that tends to insinuate deliberate misconduct in research. To answer the requests of the identity of the commenters, PubPeer has argued that researchers should defend their papers against online comments without resorting to legal action. PubPeer’s moderators has already remove some because in violation of their posting guidelines. The question remains about the reliability of anonymous postpublication peer review process for research papers. 





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Pseudo-scientific peer review research as Gatekeepingology

Post-publication review of Siler, Lee and Bero’s (2014) ‘Measuring the effectiveness of scientific gatekeeping’ (...) - Peer Review in Science and Medicine, by Joanne Gaudet, December 25, 2014

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A look at Pubmed's new commenting platform

A look at Pubmed's new commenting platform | Science 2.0 news | Scoop.it

Pubmed is implementing a new function that enables researchers to share their thoughts about scientific publications. By allowing readers to comment and debate about specific papers publicly,  PubMed Commons is trying to extend the peer-review of manuscripts after their publication. If successful, PubMed Commons will become a platform for scientific discussions that could foster constructive criticism and eventually improve published papers and science. (...) - Connected Researchers, November 4, 2013


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Tree of Science's curator insight, April 16, 2014 2:05 PM

By implementing public comments as a post-publication peer-review, PubMed is providing to readers a way to share their comments about publications