Publications in pseudoscientific journals damage reputation of Kazakhstani scholars.

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One of the largest bibliographic databases of abstracts and citations in the world Scopus released a list of 13 pseudo-scientific journals that have either been removed from the database or never been a part of it, Tengrinews reports referring to the site. The Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan said that a significant part of the articles of Kazakhstani scientists published abroad in the past two years appeared on the pages of those academic periodical[s].


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Date tagged:

08/18/2014, 17:37

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08/18/2014, 13:37