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Trends and biases in African large carnivore population assessments

A new study by Paolo Strampelli and colleagues from the University of Oxford, the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Endangered Wildlife Trust, South Africa and Panthera published in PeerJ Life & Environment  provides the first systematic review of African large...

PeerJ Tokens – 9 month update

First articles paid for entirely with Tokens, and key peer review metrics are positively impacted It has now been just over nine months since we launched PeerJ Tokens, part of our Contributor Rewards Program....

Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability Symposium

Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability – a PeerJ Computer Science Symposium Thursday 8th December, 4:30pm (UTC) Daniel S Katz and Neil Chue Hong, Editors of the PeerJ Computer Science Special Issue “Software Citation, Indexing, and...

Call for Papers: Physical Activity and Cancer

Call for papers for a PeerJ Life & Environment Special Issue on “Physical Activity and Cancer“ Cancer is an important public health concern worldwide. Physical activity (PA) has been demonstrated to play a preventive role in...

New Fully OA Blog launched

PeerJ is a founding member of the Fully OA Group who this week launched a new blog dedicated to Open Access A brand new initiative, the Fully OA blog, was  launched this week by...