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Publons joins Clarivate Analytics: what would be the future?
Aamir Raoof Memon, Ahmed Waqas
Science Editing. 2017;4(2):95-97.   Published online 2017 August 16    DOI: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.104

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Publons joins Clarivate Analytics: what would be the future?
Science Editing. 2017;4(2):95-97   Crossref logo
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The ClarivateTM Analytics acquisition of Publons – an evolution or commodification of peer review?
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How do Clarivate Analytics and Publons propose to fortify peer review in the COVID-19 era?
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Clarivate Analytics: Continued Omnia vanitas Impact Factor Culture
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Conclusion: What would Socrates do?
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