[ RESEARCH INTEGRITY ] September 21, 2022
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Many publications are beginning to embrace open peer review (OPR) as a more effective means of validating scholarly content and promoting integrity in research. But taking this concept a step further and introducing early-stage research to OPR models promises to accelerate breakthroughs like never before.
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