Throughout Peer Review Week 2016 we’ll be posting a series of blogs on JPhys+ surrounding the theme of Recognizing Review.
To highlight just how vital reviewers are the peer review process, we will be keeping a daily count of how many referee reports we have received across the JPhys Series.
A big thank you to each of these reviewers for your time and effort!
Make sure to check out our other Peer Review Week posts including What is peer review? and The life of a research paper, and later in the week an interview with one of our most experienced refereed, JPCM Board Member John Inglesfield.
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