This past week I found myself asking this question quite a few times. What is going on with the peer review process? Is anyone actually reviewing the papers getting into journals anymore?
Peer review is a process that is meant to ensure that only high quality scientific publications make it to print, either on the web or in journals. So why do some papers still make it through with obvious errors or poorly controlled experiments? How does every reviewer miss such obvious flaws in a paper? These are the questions asked in this article on Bitesize Bio. Take a look and let us know your experience and if you agree or disagree with the problems surrounding the peer review process.