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World news roundup: 1-9 January

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The latest news in global research policy and funding

In depth: Papers published in so-called predatory journals are far less likely to be cited than those in legitimate journals, suggesting concerns about these rogue publications eroding the integrity of scholarship may be overblown

Full story: Most predatory publisher papers are never cited

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