News notes

Hilton, John
November 2015
European Science Editing;Nov2015, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p107
Academic Journal
The article presents news briefs related to scientific journals. The Global Research Identifier Database (GRID) is a new freely available dataset of research organizations, accompanied by unique identifiers. A project to develop a list of core competencies for scientific editors of biomedical journals is being led by David Moher at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada. Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) aims to publish all outputs of the research cycle.


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