PeerJ Blog

Debrief – Amsterdam Call for Action on Open Science

PeerJ was fortunate enough to be invited to Amsterdam for the EU Presidency Conference on Open Science this past Monday and Tuesday (April 4-5, 2016). I was able to attend and represent PeerJ. We had...

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...

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....

New Publication Prices at PeerJ

PeerJ has just passed its third year of publishing high quality science in the most efficient, cost effective, and open way possible. In that time we have published more than 1,700 peer-reviewed articles and 2,100...

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...