Welcome to our tenth issue - March 2012
Here we meet Maria Raimo, a young chemist from Italy. Here she shares some of her views on reviewing with us. Read more....
How do you see the Future of Peer Review?
We put this question to you in a new online challenge asking you as reviewers, authors and editors, for ideas on how you think peer review could look. Read more....
Peer Review: Nuts and Bolts
Sense About Science will soon be publishing a short guide for early career researchers. This is a nuts and bolts guide to peer review written by members of the Voice of Young Science (VoYS) network of early career researchers. Read more....
How to Become a Reviewer
We are aware that there are many qualified, capable and enthusiastic people willing to review papers, so why is it so difficult to ‘break into’ the reviewer community and become an active reviewer? Read more....
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Reviewers' information pack
Reviewers' Information Pack provides practical information for the new and experienced Reviewers who review for Elsevier journals
A 20:20 Vision on the Future of Peer Review
View this on-demand webinar - A 20:20 Vision on the Future of Peer Review - Brought to you by Elsevier journal Editors' Update