The SNSF, it appears from the reaction of spokesman Florian Fisch, does not think this construction deserves a beauty prize either: “Yes, publishing an article in your own publishing house is not the best scientific practice, there is a conflict of interests.” The SNSF was aware of this, but it was not against the rules. “The SNSF therefore sought written confirmation from the publisher [that was Rossi, ed.] that it would seek the opinion of an independent expert, from someone who had no relationship with the publisher and the grant applicant [that was Rossi, ed.]. The expert's opinion was considered independent, based on a plausibility check by the SNSF.”
QOTO: Question Others to Teach Ourselves
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All cultures welcome.
Hate speech and harassment strictly forbidden.
We’re talking about #RECEPTIOgate, of course…