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May 2011
Nature;5/12/2011, Vol. 473 Issue 7346, p124
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the importance of Internet for researchers regarding their online reputation. He discusses how online social networks make easier for scientists to find one another for collaboration and reviewing papers, and to locate and fill jobs. He also examines how Internet effectively helps researchers to promote themselves and their work in a reasonable capacity.


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