Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Advice about reading scientific papers for non-scientists

How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists from LSE. Difficult to follow on more than one topic. Sometimes, the article comes attached with comments by other experts and responses by the author like this Agricultural Deskilling and the Spread of Genetically Modified Cotton in Warangal
But over time, I found it difficult even to read such paper. Now a days, I seem to be generally following some experts and follow their work on a trial basis. Off and on I read long reports like this by David Andow on BT brinjal http://gmwatch.org/files/Andow_Report_Bt_Brinjal.pdf

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