Peer Review Watch would like to say thank you to all the panelists, audience members and those who got involved on Twitter last night. It was the excellent level of participation that made the debate a success.
If you attended the debate or watched it live on our Google Hangouts On-Air stream, you will remember panelist Nikolaus Kriegeskorte erasing peer review and reconstructing science publishing before our eyes on the white board.
Kriegeskorte, Programme leader of the Memory and Perception group at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit of the Medical Research Council outlined his vision for a new peer review model that focuses on openness and fluidity. Here’s a snippet of our Twitter coverage on the night:
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We caught up with him to get an in-depth breakdown of how this system would work and the thinking behind it.
You can catch up with the debate by watching it here or dive straight in on Twitter with the hashtag #prwdebate.