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2 thoughts on “Sunday at The EMBO Meeting – (Mis)folding proteins and an entire session on blastocysts!”

  1. Oh, he had plenty! One of them was that he thinks papers will transform from being static documents to being used more as research tools, with the text and data linked to datasets and raw source data easily accessible. Partly this has already been put into practice by the EMBO journals. He also thinks that the top level journals with traditional papers will remain (with enhanced functionality), but the huge number of “lower tier” journals might be replaced by “mega” journals, where it’s fast to publish – we’ll see!


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