Contributions as a Measure of Scientific Advancement
The author wishes to thank Brent Yergensen for independently grading a subset of the students' peer-reviewed
Statistics show marked improvement in peer-reviewed
firms' accounting and auditing practices.
Our state board doesn't require us to be peer-reviewed
, but we do it because it gives us assurance that we're completing financial statements correctly.
For many decades, the tobacco industry successfully claimed that smoking is really rather good for you--and backed this up with relevant peer-reviewed
research published in prestigious journals.
After TAPPI began publishing peer-reviewed
papers electronically, many TAPPI Members felt there was still a need to also print peer-reviewed
technical and research reports.
The Population Bomb was sourced with 49 endnotes, only five of which were from peer-reviewed
PMC only accepts peer-reviewed
work, but it also currently only requires that a journal have two federally funded researchers on its board--a very low bar for an industry that has repeatedly found ingenuous ways to co-opt science and scientists.
based American Chemical Society--annually publishes 32 peer-reviewed
journals containing some 20,000 papers.
Institutional legitimation is a matter of the peer-review process and not a question of the medium in which peer-reviewed
work is distributed.
During my tenure on the Professional Liability Insurance Plan Committee, the committee began monitoring the claims activity of peer-reviewed
firms against those that were not reviewed.
The Mars Organic Analyzer (MOA), a portable capillary electrophoresis instrument, combined with state-of-the-art fluorescent labeling technology, can detect a much broader spectrum of organic compounds than was previously possible, and these could serve as key biomarkers of extinct or existing life on Mars, according to a report in the December 2006 issue (Volume 6, Number 6) of Astrobiology, a peer-reviewed
journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.