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Who’s afraid of GBS?

This month, PLoS dedicates quite much attention to the topic of infection disease in newborns. A post written by Beth Skwarecki opens with the dilemma: good or not good? Which microbes do we have to combat and which we shouldn’t? Excluding the…

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PeerJ like Amazon: ‘it can be cheaper’!

From August 1st, researchers will have another option to choose from when it comes to scientific publication. It’s called PeerJ. No need to say that is Gold Open Access. This journal moves on from the two current systems for scholarly…

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