Bruce Y. Lee writes in Forbes an excellent article about scientific publishing as a weapon against fake news etc. He identifies five trends that form the engine of the growth of scientific publishing, e.g. that investors, policymakers and businesses need better ways to make sense of all scientific results since science is becoming increasingly complex and knows no national borders, the scholars’ republic that we have written earlier on eLearningworld. In the end, it comes down to which sources to use, accuracy and relevance. However, often the ground-breaking innovation do not appear first in the well-established domains, which gives an opportunity for growth of scientific publishing as well as analytics of science. Source: Forbes
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