By Madeline Leslie, Graduate Research Assistant
Photo: Sam Bauer
As scientists and researchers we constantly strive to publish our work in peer-reviewed journals and there are many reasons for this. The element of peer-review is a validation of the quality of the research conducted and the results that are presented. In university settings, we often gauge the success of a researcher by the number of scientific articles that they have listed on a curriculum vitae. These publications add to the scholarship of a discipline and are often used as new intellectual building blocks for specific areas within the discipline.
By Josh Friell, Ph.D. candidate
Dr. Kevin W. Frank, Michigan State University
Andrew Hollman, Dr. Brian Horgan, & Sam Bauer, University of Minnesota
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