Hypotheses in the Life Science. A meta-hypothesis
Hypotheses in the Life Sciences seeks to offer a reviewed, rigorous, yet open-minded avenue for new hypotheses in the life sciences. As far as I know, this is something of a first. The journal will select papers by editorial board review, supplemented with outside peers, thus avoiding some of the inherent conservatism of conventional peer review while retaining the qualityof the ideas we publish. As hypothesis generation and discussion is a central part of the scientific method, our hypothesis is that Hypotheses in the life Sciences will grow to become a valuable, widely read and widely cited part of the scientific process.
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