Double-blind peer review topic of recent post


The article, “Who stands to win from double-blind peer review” published in the journal Advances in Regenerative Biology, was recently quoted in an article that appeared in The Scientist online.

From the post:

“Good scientists will continue to publish good papers in good journals under a double-blind peer review system,” wrote Boyan Garvalov of Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, in a January Advances in Regenerative Biology article (hat tip: Alexis Verger). “But every now and again a lesser known research team could make it on the strength of their work against a more famous one, when they would have failed in the single-blind setting—and this would be reason enough for me to endorse the shift to double-blind review.” Read the full post in The Scientist.