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Web Information Has Lasting Value Over Time

(koreatimes.co.kr): Reference to the Internet can't be avoided, as so much information is created and spread online. Digital information offers so much more than what offline newspapers or books can represent, reflecting the social phenomena. But, at the same time, as American inventor Daniel Hills described, people are now living in a "digital dark age" where information comes and disappears quickly without being kept.
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'New Business Horizons Special Issue on US Healthcare

(elsevier.com): A recent Special Issue of Business Horizons, the journal of the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and published by Elsevier, addresses issues central to healthcare and life sciences. Healthcare reform, for example, has been at the center of U.S. political debate in recent years with renewed attempts to gain bipartisan support from Congress for passage of a national system of health insurance coverage. Attention to healthcare and the life sciences extends well beyond this debate. Healthcare providers, insurers, patients and supporting industries all feel the pressure to investigate alternative means for providing quality and affordable healthcare services.
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Deluge of scientific data needs to be curated for long-term use

(physorg.com): With the world awash in information, curating all the scientifically relevant bits and bytes is an important task, especially given digital data's increasing importance as the raw materials for new scientific discoveries. Data curation - the active and ongoing management of data through their lifecycle of interest to science - is now understood to be an important part of supporting and advancing research. The biggest difficulties in collecting, curating and managing large amounts of data over the long term have to do with cost and labour.
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Google vital for Chinese scientists

(cbc.ca): A survey of scientists in China has found that a large majority of them use Google in their research and their work would be hampered if the search engine left the country. A Chinese Google user lays flowers outside Google China headquarters in Beijing in January. (Vincent Thian/Associated Press) The journal Nature surveyed 784 Chinese researchers and found that more than three-quarters of them use Google as their primary search engine.
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Turning peer review into modern-day holy scripture

(spiked-online.com): The treatment of peer-reviewed science as an unquestionable form of authority is corrupting the peer-review system and damaging public debate. Peer review is a system that subjects scientific and scholarly work to the scrutiny of other experts in the field. Ideally it ensures that research is only approved or published when it meets the standards of scientific rigour and its findings are sound.
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