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The scientific sense of humour

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Peer reviewing is not necessarily as serious as it sounds.

Science Correspondent Tom Feilden describes some of the cheerful comments made by scientific papers reviewers.

Chief editor of Nature Protocols Chris Surridge and neuroscience professor Colin Blakemore discuss the witty side of peer reviews.


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