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Postcranial anatomy of Pissarrachampsa sera – Author Interview

We recently published “Postcranial anatomy of Pissarrachampsa sera (Crocodyliformes, Baurusuchidae) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil: insights on lifestyle and phylogenetic significance”. In this study, author Pedro L. Godoy and his colleagues discuss the results of...

Guest Post – The SAVE-SD 2015 Collection

Guest blog post from Silvio Peroni, Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Bologna. The first “International Workshop on Semantics, Analytics, Visualisation: Enhancing Scholarly Data” (SAVE-SD 2015) was a great success, as...

PeerJ now accepts Bitcoin payments

While some might say that scholarly publishing seems to be immune to change, it doesn’t mean the way to fund it can’t be more innovative. That’s one reason why we are pleased to announce that PeerJ now...

Patterns of bird-window collisions – Author Interview

We recently published “Patterns of bird-window collisions inform mitigation on a university campus”. In this study, author Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela, and her colleagues examined the patterns in bird window accidents at Duke University and discuss their findings....

Arthropods of the great indoors – Author Interview

We recently published “Arthropods of the great indoors: Characterizing diversity inside urban and suburban homes”. In this study, author Matthew A. Bertone, and his colleagues examined discuss the results of a study on Arthropods found...

Interview with PeerJ Editor David H. Reser

This week we interviewed Editor David H. Reser. He is a Lecturer in the Physiology Department at Monash University. We caught up with him via email and asked him about his background, his experience...