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Revision as of 09:44, 30 October 2007


This could become a central repository for online journal clubs, i.e. an open discussion of published articles, similar to what is commonly done in small groups in research institutions. A "journal chat" tool has been added on OpenWetWare and could complement a slower discussion on the wiki pages (see chat tab at the top of the page). This page could serve as a hub to individual article reviews. Outstanding papers could be brought to everybody's attention by highlighting them here.




Article category

Article category

Article category

Article category

Article category

Science & Society


If you want, use these icons to rate the paper.

  • for Image:3stars.png write [[Image:3stars.png]]
  • for Image:2stars.png write [[Image:2stars.png]]
  • for Image:1star.png write [[Image:1star.png]]
  • for Image:0stars.png write [[Image:0stars.png]]
Image:Origami-crane-120px.jpg Put the text {{Back to journal club}} at the top of individual article pages to connect back to this central journal club page.

You may want to use this template page: JC template page.

"The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think." ~Edwin Schlossberg ([1])

"Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it's just an illusion, that people are going to bring their own stuff into it." ~David Sedaris (*1956 [2])

"Whoever in discussion adduces authority uses not intellect but memory." ~Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519 [3])



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