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  • Writer's pictureMaciej Workiewicz

The first and longest-running scientific journal is celebrating 350th birthday this month.

350 years ago, on March 6th 1665, Philosophical Transactions, the world's first journal wholy dedicated to science, was published by the secretary of the Royal Society. Today it is hard to imagine scientific progress without peer-reviewed scientific journals. While not perfect, the system where scholars anonymously review submitted manuscripts has been key in ensuring a steady accumulation of knowledge and progress of the human civilization.

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