Sense about Science is running a workshop titled ‘Peer review: the nuts & bolts’ as part of their Voice of Young Science (VoYS) programme, at Glasgow Caledonian University on Friday, 18th October.
This event is a free half-day workshop for early career researchers (ECRs) in which Sense about Science explore how peer review works and the challenges to the system, discuss ways in which ECRs can get involved, and look at the role of peer review in helping the public to evaluate research claims.
Please see information from Sense about Science below:
Find out about peer review.
Debate challenges to the system.
Discuss the role of peer review for scientists and the public.
Friday, 18th October: 2pm to 5pm
Glasgow Caledonian University
Peer review: the nuts and bolts is a free half-day workshop for early career researchers and will explore how peer review works, how to get involved, the challenges to the system, and the role of peer review in helping the public to evaluate research claims.
Should peer review detect plagiarism, bias and fraud? What does peer review do for science and what does the scientific community want it to do for them? Should reviewers remain anonymous? Does it illuminate good ideas or shut them down?
To apply to attend this workshop, please fill out the application form here by 5pm on Monday, 9th September.
For more details, get in touch with Dr Hamid Khan, public engagement coordinator: email@example.com
More information here
Note: This course is run by Sense about Science not Edinburgh Napier University, and all questions should be addressed to Hamid.
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