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Carcinogenicity of Inorganic Substances

Risks from Occupational Exposure

Focuses on the state of scientific knowledge about the carcinogenicity of metals, their compounds and other inorganic substances. It provides a valuable guide for chemists involved in risk assessment, health and safety and toxicology.

Hardbound, 296 Pages

Published: January 1997

Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-85573-800-3

Contents

  • Prometheus assessed? Publication, citation and bibliometric assessment of research; Peer review, refereeing and their discontents: A failed model or simply the least worst option? From the Research Assessment Exercise to the Research Excellence Framework: Changing assessment models in the United Kingdom? Perils of peer review in a small country? The Performance Based Research Fund in New Zealand; Research evaluation in Japan: The case of the National University Corporations; Conclusion: Prometheus assessed and lessons for research assessment.

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