Roman Lukyanenko

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Your argument that the curious Xenoturbella flatworm represents a “crucial intermediate stage of animal evolution” (Nature 470, 161–162; 2011) perpetuates a popular misconception, stemming from a presumption that the features of such ancient living relics are intermediate between those of other extant creatures. Today’s organisms are all at the twig tips of(More)
Citizen science refers to voluntary participation by the general public in scientific endeavors. Although citizen science has a long tradition, the rise of online communities and user-generated web content has the potential to greatly expand its scope and contributions. Citizens spread across a large area will collect more information than an individual(More)
Traditionally, information quality (IQ) research assumes organizational settings in which information production (e.g., internal, by external organizations/customers) is well-controlled and serves well-defined purposes. IQ research draws extensively on the manufacturing paradigm, treating information as a product and its quality as the extent to which(More)