| Jim Giles|
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|Key biology databases go wiki||English||2007||0||0|
|Wikipedia rival calls in the experts||Nature||English||2006||Encyclopaedia aims to recognize status of academic editors. The current incarnation of Wikipedia is both phenomenally successful and, in the eyes of some critics, fundamentally flawed. The online encyclopaedia now includes more than a million entries in English alone.||0||0|
|Wikipedia rival calls in the experts.||Nature||2006||The article reports the launch of an online encyclopaedia Citizendium, which is reportedly going to use all of Wikipedia's content but in another website (http://citizendium.org). According to Larry Sanger, the co-founder of Wikipedia, this would give scientists a new organizational framework to clean up and improve on the work started by Wikipedia. Reportedly many scientists have no desire to navigate the treacherous waters of Wikipedia's editorial system.||0||0|
|Internet encyclopaedias go head to head||Nature||English||14 December 2005||Jimmy Wales' Wikipedia comes close to Britannica in terms of the accuracy of its science entries, a Nature investigation finds.||0||50|