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Making scientific publishing easier around the world

If you’ve been at MIT long enough, you’ve probably heard complaints about slow or uncooperative peer-reviewed journals.However, in comparison to the difficulties that researchers in other parts of the world face, those issues are insignificant.

Researchers from developing nations must sort through lists of less well-known international journals with drastically different review policies.That makes it almost certain that papers will be sent back, which can postpone distribution times decisively as they go this way and that with editors.

In particular, early-career researchers are more likely to have their work resubmitted for revisions or to be duped by predatory journals that only care about getting paid for their publications.On the other hand, many international journals are working hard to publish high-quality articles despite having limited resources.

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