The other side of the coin
Last week’s New Research mentioned a New York Times article describing how academic researchers plow straight through holidays with work. On the publishing side: not so much. Argue about priorities but clearly there’s a difference in attitudes between the input hopper and the output conveyor. This week’s posting presents a starved appearance reflective of a slowdown in the supply chain of research goodies.
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