Disclaimer: Contains graphic depictions of death and brutality, unfortunatley, all of which is based on truth. There are pictures and accounts of the genocide perpetrated on the Cambodian people by the despotic rule of the Khmer Rouge, under the administration of the Angkar, with Pol Pot’s at the helm
My significant other and I spent a fair amount of time last month backpacking my way across Cambodia. Whilst we were doing the usual rounds, looking at temples, and doing the usual touristy things, we came across a huge hospital, with the sign below:
Ever heard of the IgNobel prize? Well, I am a big fan of theirs and the science they reward and for a long, long time, I have been meaning to write about one particular study they awarded. Finally procrastination done, I am down to write about it. This particular study…
PeerJ is one heck of an innovative journal. It celebrated one year of existence on 12th June, and seems to be going strong now.
PeerJ works on a one time pay model, where users can submit incremental number of papers depending on their subscription level. The lowest rung is that of only 99$, which allows one paper per year.
They also have a free pre-prints service, something like an Arxiv for biological science researchers.
PeerJ is making a lot of impact on the world of medical publishing and I can only hope it goes strong in the days to come.
For a while, one of the blogging platforms I flirted with for my photoblogging needs was Jux. However, as I was going through the Spam folder of my email today, I stumbled across the news that Jux was closing down!
The Juxers blog has posted a short, and rather mournful…