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Widen Your Horizons: Meet Our Scientists and Their Work

Did you know that our university’s scientists have their own Instagram account, which is managed only by them? Meet our researchers in their fieldwork, lab experiments, and discoveries! Photos are free for use by all – please indicate the author.  @unitartuscience This is … Continue reading

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The Future of the Worst Possible Science World

Jüri Allik, UT Professor of Experimental Psychology and one of the world’s most cited scientists in his field, elaborates on the future of the worst possible world of scientific publishing. Continue reading

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The Crazy World of Peer Review

Jüri Allik, UT Professor of Experimental Psychology and one of the world’s most cited scientists in his field, elaborates on three main shortcomings of peer review: slowness, ineffectiveness, and amorality. Continue reading

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