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PeerJ Tokens – Rewarding Peer Review

Contributors to PeerJ will now earn PeerJ Tokens for every contribution they make to PeerJ as a Reviewer or Academic Editor. Tokens can be accumulated by an individual and pooled by co-authors to maximize...

New Sabre-Tooth Predator Precedes Cats by Millions of Years

Paleontologists describe sabre-toothed mammal new to science, offering view into evolution of meat-eaters in recently published PeerJ Life & Environment article Diegoaelurus, a new machaeroidine (Oxyaenidae) from the Santiago Formation (late Uintan) of southern California...

PeerJ Award Winner: UT Dallas Meeting in Miniature 2022

Following on from our past collaboration with the ACS/Dallas-Fort Worth section Meeting in Miniature, PeerJ Materials Science has again sponsored an award for the Outstanding Student Presentation given at the meeting. This year, the award was...

A new 225-million-year-old reptile from Brazil

In a new study published in PeerJ – Reassessment of Faxinalipterus minimus, a purported Triassic pterosaur from southern Brazil with the description of a new taxon – researchers present Maehary bonapartei a small reptile that is considered to be...

PeerJ Award Winners: VIZBI 2022

Following on from our past collaborations with the VIZBI conference series in 2019 and 2021, we sponsored two PeerJ Awards at the 12th International Meeting on Visualizing Biological Data, which took place virtually in March...