Author: Peter Binfield

Accelerating Science with Preprints

This week ASAPbio is happening in Washington DC. This is an important meeting, being held with the support of HHMI and the NIH, devoted to exploring and encouraging the use of preprints in biology....

Celebrating 2015 at PeerJ

As 2015 comes to a close, we take this opportunity to acknowledge the involvement of all of our authors, editors, reviewers and readers. Thank you to everyone who has been involved in PeerJ this year. Among...

Top Agricultural Science Papers – November 2015

We are pleased to announce a new PeerJ Spotlight Collection for Agricultural Science. With the commencement today of the COP21 climate talks, the importance of having open access to well-researched and accurately reported research in...

What are my chances of being Accepted at PeerJ?

We are often asked what the chances are of an article being Accepted at PeerJ. At PeerJ we peer-review submissions for ‘scientific soundness’ (meaning that we do not reject articles based on subjective evaluations...

Measuring the “beauty” of coral reefs

Today we are pleased to have published “Can we measure beauty? Computational evaluation of coral reef aesthetics” by Haas et al. Since antiquity, philosophers and art historians have searched for universally valid criteria for...

Top Genomics Papers – October 2015

We are pleased to announce a new PeerJ Spotlight Collection for Genomics. A large number of genomics researchers worldwide have chosen to publish some of their best work in PeerJ and PeerJ PrePrints. This...