A biology journal that can teach physicists a lesson in peer review

@article{Goldstein2016ABJ,
  title={A biology journal that can teach physicists a lesson in peer review},
  author={Raymond E. Goldstein},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1612.00241}
}
After weeks of waiting, the email finally arrives from Physical Review Z with the reports on your paper “A theory of the nonuniform browning of toast”. Hope turns to despair as you read the editor’s cover letter saying that because the reviews contain a sufficiently strong criticism of your paper it cannot be accepted. Then you read the reports and discover that Referee A said “This is a wonderful paper, full of interesting new results that will surely be of interest to a wide audience. I am… 
Consultative review is worth the wait
eLife editors and reviewers consult with one another before sending out a decision after peer review. This means that authors do not have to spend time responding to confusing or conflicting requests
Can we improve the peer review system

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