The Journal of Nanoparticle Research victim of an organized rogue editor network!

@article{Pinna2020TheJO,
  title={The Journal of Nanoparticle Research victim of an organized rogue editor network!},
  author={Nicole Pinna and Guylhaine Clavel and Mihail C. Roco},
  journal={Journal of Nanoparticle Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
Following attacks on large companies, government bodies, and political parties, will scientific journals be the next victims of large-scale and complex hacks? As far as we know, this has never happened, and we do not see any reason why it should happen in the future. Nonetheless, the publishing race has become increasingly complex and competitive for many years, with individual cases of misconduct all over the world. And while journals equip themselves to prevent the publication of questionable… Expand
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