Journals process ripe for change

Journals process ripe for change

The “really terrible” submission process of journal publication must be improved, Timo Hannay (pictured), m.d. of  Digital Science, has said.

Four-year-old Digital Science is Macmillan Science & Education’s technology company, which provides software tools and services to scientists and managers. After a raft of investments, it now has a portfolio of eight businesses and nine products (see image, right) covering researchers’ needs, from laboratory work to article publication to research evaluation and funding decisions. “We think of this holistically. It’s not just a collection of produ...

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