What does EES stand for?

Reply Wed 9 Oct, 2013 11:57 pm


BBRC has been targeted by a scheme to defraud our editors, reviewers and readers with submission of a manuscript with falsified author and institutional information and therefore wholly unverifiable scientific claims. The manuscript has been withdrawn. We consider such abuse of the editorial and peer review system with the submission of fictional content unethical and it wastes the valuable time of all those who contributed to the evaluation of this manuscript. We are currently exploring which local authorities would have jurisdiction, and will with such authorities explore the question of whether this also constitutes a criminal case of internet fraud and we anticipate turning over to them all of the information we have been able to attain from EES regarding the source of the fraudulent submission.

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Reply Thu 10 Oct, 2013 12:03 am
Could be the European Evaluation Society.

Reply Thu 10 Oct, 2013 06:21 am
Highly possibly.
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