2017 sets the starting point for the celebration Mètode’s 25th anniversary, a journal born in 1992 with the goal to build a bridge between science and humanities. All throughout the year, different past issues will be retrieved on the website.
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Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the journal, Mètode opens a new website, more visual and accesible and with an adaptive design. From now on, Mètode’s readers will have a more satisfactory navigation experience from any device.
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We analyse the situation of women in science, the effects of androcentric biases in research, and the potential changes that would come with more inclusive practices.
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Mètode Science Studies Journal (ISSN 2174-3487 - eISSN 2174-9221) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, commentary and analysis on current research and science

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Mètode Science Studies Journal (ISSN 2174-3487 – eISSN 2174-9221) is an annual journal in English, published by Mètode. It is included in the following indexes

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Enviament dels articles Monograph articles or documentary texts sent to Mètode will undergo a double blind peer-review evaluation process. Authors must register here and send the document through Mètode’s OJS platform. Should

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Mètode focuses on popularization with essays, original scientific research, the analysis of current research, and the communication of science. The journal articles are divided in two

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Mètode is open to the reception of documents on the subject matter of each monograph or on any scientific field. The documents in the journal are divided into

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The answer to this is yes. Plants can reproduce errors in the growth of some cells, which would cause the formation of cell masses or tumours that could be considered cancers.
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