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What’s on nature.com blogs: March 09

Here’s a summmary of posts from nature.com staff blogs over the past month or so that might be of interest to scientists as authors, communicators and peer reviewers:

The Great Beyond: journals should routinely check for plagiarism.

The Sceptical Chymist: why Xueming Yang became a chemist.

Nascent : how to organise an unconference.

The Great Beyond: temper tantrum by a medical journal.

Methagora: Nature Methods’ most downloaded papers for February.

In the Field: A set of reports from the American Physical Society meeting.

The Seven Stones: Reason and the Internet.

The Great Beyond: tough times for medical charity research funders.

Indigenus: seeking readers’ suggestions for Nature India.

Nascent : Walls come tumbling down.

The Sceptical Chymist: how science is “communicated” to the media.

The Great Beyond: How many scientists are affected by research council’s controversial new funding policy?

Methagora: call for entries to photomicrography competition

Blogs.nature.com is an index and tracking website for all scientific blogs including, but not limited to, Nature Publishing Group staff blogs.

Previous nature.com blogs round-ups.

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