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À moins d’être aussi bien le photographe que le sujet photographié (et encore il faut faire attention au décor environnant), impliquant alors soit d’avoir le don d’ubiquité soit d’avoir un pied ou le bras assez long, c’est en théorie un pur casse-tête que de mettre en ligne des photographies sur Internet.
Every day, hundreds of articles appear in academic journals and very little of this information is available to the public. Now, RNA Biology has decided to ask every author who submits an article to a newly created section of the journal about families of RNA molecules to also submit a Wikipedia page that summarizes the work. As Nature reports, this is the first time an academic journal has forced its authors to disseminate information this way. The initiative is a collaboration between the journal and the RNA family database ( Rfam ) consortium led by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute .
Since its founding in 2001, “Wikipedia” has exploded in growth, providing Internet users with millions of articles on a broad range of topics. But the accuracy of information on Wikipedia cannot be taken for granted. The site itself writes that "while some of the articles are of the highest quality of scholarship, others are admittedly rubbish...use [Wikipedia] with an informed understanding of what it is and isn't."
Une page de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
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