Arun H. S. Kumar
Editor in Chief, Journal of Natural Science Biology and Medicine, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 04, Ireland

DOI: 10.4103/0976-9668.136134

Science journalism is very unique, as it is not only based on novelty scoop, but also on rigorously tested experiments. Over the years several formats of scientific publication process have evolved, [1],[2] which have progressively introduced various processes to ensure quality and reliability. Unfortunately all of these process implemented to date are not free from biasness and have led to a serious compromise in quality and reliability of scientific publication, which is slowly moving toward a burgeoning epidemic of infollution. [1],[2] Alarmingly infollution is prevalent across scientific journals of all domains and nature. It is necessary to control this infollution to avoid scientific catastrophe.Read more. . . 

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