Why the National Institutes of Health should replace peer review with a lottery
from Pacific Standard
The federal government spends $60 billion dollars each year on scientific research. To ensure that this money is spent effectively, federal science agencies rely on an extensive system of peer review to select the research projects that are supposedly important, innovative, and well-conceived — the best possible science out there.
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