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<p>“In an ideal world peer review should be an open supportive and collaborative process by which a group of independent scientists assess the quality of a body of research”. Here's some tips, from Michael Markie at F1000, and Laura Henderson at Frontiers journal publishing, on what peer review is, how it works, and how to be a good peer reviewer. The aim should always be: to help make good research shine through good peer review practices - use your expertise to help!</p>
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