Author: PeerJ Staff

The Top PeerJ Articles of 2015

As 2015 draws to a close, please join us as we review some of ‘top’ articles from 2015. A list like this is always going to be subjective, however, in order of ‘publication date’ here...

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Announcing PeerJ Picks 2015

Yesterday, PeerJ passed the milestone of two years of publishing articles (we started publishing on Feb 12th 2013). Also yesterday, our new journal PeerJ Computer Science opened for submissions! We celebrated by putting together...

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PeerJ announces new journal: PeerJ Computer Science

We are excited to announce the launch today of a new addition to the PeerJ family: PeerJ Computer Science, a cross-disciplinary open access journal publishing articles across all fields of computer science. PeerJ PrePrints...

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Good morning kinematics – Author Interview

Earlier this month, we published “Effects of load on good morning kinematics and EMG activity”. In this study, Andrew Vigotsky and his colleagues examine how muscle activation and joint angles change with load in...

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Can inhaled oxygen cause cancer? – Author Interview

Yesterday we published the work of Kamen Simeonov and Daniel Himmelstein in which they show a relationship between increased elevation and reduced lung cancer rates by examining publicly available data sets. After accounting for...