Category: Guest Post

Announcing the PeerJ Collection for SMBE 2017

We are pleased to announce that we will be publishing a PeerJ Collection for the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution (SMBE 2017) in Austin, TX. The meeting will...

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...

The HSCBB Collection at PeerJ

The Hellenic Society for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (HSCBB) just had their annual meeting, and we are pleased to say that they will be submitting papers from that meeting to PeerJ for peer-review and...

Grace Gachanja on her PrePrint Experiences at PeerJ

PrePrints continue to increase in popularity among academics, with a number of recent blog posts highlighting their utility (from ourselves, Stephen Curry, Liz Martin-Silverstone, Tim Gowers and Mike Taylor (twice) to name just a...

Abram Hindle on his PrePrint Experiences at PeerJ

PrePrints continue to increase in popularity among academics, with a number of recent blog posts highlighting their utility (from ourselves, Stephen Curry, Liz Martin-Silverstone, Tim Gowers and Mike Taylor (twice)). Given this level of...

Christian Althaus on his PrePrint Experiences at PeerJ

PrePrints continue to increase in popularity among academics, with a number of recent blog posts highlighting their utility (from ourselves, Stephen Curry, Liz Martin-Silverstone, Tim Gowers and Mike Taylor (twice)). Given this level of...

Rob Gay on his PrePrint Experiences at PeerJ

PrePrints continue to increase in popularity among academics, with a number of recent blog posts highlighting their utility (from ourselves, Stephen Curry, Liz Martin-Silverstone, Tim Gowers and Mike Taylor (twice)). Given this level of...

John Hutchinson on his PrePrint Experiences at PeerJ

PrePrints continue to increase in popularity among academics, with a number of recent blog posts highlighting their utility (from ourselves, Stephen Curry, Liz Martin-Silverstone, Tim Gowers and Mike Taylor (twice)). Given this level of...