What Is the Process by Which Scientists Grade the Work of Other Scientists before It Is Published?

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The process by which scientists grade the work of other scientists before it is published is called peer review. It is the standard process in research and it is important in evaluating the research to prevent misleading information to the public. Peer review does not end after publication of work; it is still subject to further review and scrutiny by the scientific community.
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It is called peer review. Generally, journal editors send out the manuscript to two scientists that work in the same area as the authors and are able to appropriately judge a paper.
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