Cancer Stem Cell miRNA and their Prevalence in Neuroblastoma
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The University of Edinburgh
Christopher N Haggarty-Weir
Dr. Anna's Imaginarium
Introducing EUREKA METHODS
Welcome to EUREKA METHODS: the student bioscience journal, aiming to advance the careers of young scientists and aspiring researchers through publishing experience and recognition.
No Fees. No Limitations.
As an open access, free-to-publish journal, we support full participation in scientific literature; enabling complete reader accessibility and unrestricted author contribution. To be truly open access, we also apply the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license to everything we publish.
Elimination of Lengthy Waiting Times
Standard peer-review processes can take months to complete and consequently leave young scientists’ careers in limbo until completion. EUREKA METHODS differs in this respect; using post-publication peer review to eradicate drawn-out evaluation steps, and hence accelerate young scientists’ progression in Life Science research.
Post-publication peer review ensures that all submitted papers which pass our screening process are initially published in the EUREKA METHODS journal while awaiting peer review by qualified referees. As a result, scientists need no longer await the results of peer review to highlight the quality of their research to potential employers or sources of funding.
Recognition of Ignored Studies
EUREKA METHODS encourages the submission of biological method analyses, academic theses, and negative results. Ignored by major journals, these studies are vital for the advancement of science, as they highlight crucial protocol mistakes, false hypotheses and overlooked findings. All of these are works have the potential to highlight previously missed research opportunities, or to point out techniques and tested hypotheses to avoid.
By accepting theses, we also act as a teaching tool, providing students with the opportunity to publish and learn about the peer review and publication processes.