Wikipedia adorns science hat even though scientists are not using it for the reference. The pioneer of dinner contention and rescuer of those who lack in originality, which is the river that flows through Egypt, what does the independence day mean? Wikipedia has the solution for all the important questions that are swimming through your mind.
It is privy to innumerable scientific entries; Wikipedia provides a speedy citation for the molecular formula of Zoloft, who the inventor of the 3-D printer is and not to forget that the tectonic plates are only a hundred year old. The website is a treasure trove for science fans, science bloggers and scientists alike. However, scientists use Wikipedia but never accept the fact.
The fact is emerging that scientists are browsing just like all the common people. A contemporary investigation discovered that Wikipedia is abreast of all the latest happenings and lexicon from those Wikipedia articles discovers its route into scientific papers. The outcomes do not only showcase the wiki habits of the ivory tower. They also present that the free broadly accessible information source is defining a role in research advancement, especially in poor countries.
Teachers in the school and colleges tell students to refrain from Wikipedia telling them that it is not a citable source. It is privy to editing and articles alter from day to day. Thomas Shafee, a biochemist at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia said that Wikipedia is an untrustworthy site.