Free Conservation Biology publishing! Our first 10th birthday celebration.

Earlier this month we officially entered the second decade of PeerJ. Formally announced on 12th June 2012, PeerJ is now 10 years old! To celebrate, we’ll be launching a number of promotions – or birthday presents! – over the coming months.

To kick off the celebrations, we’re announcing free publishing for conservation biology research for the first 10 days of July. New conservation biology articles submitted to PeerJ Life & Environment between July 1st and July 10th will receive an Article Processing Charge (APC) waiver. We want as many conservation biology researchers to benefit from this offer, so please share this announcement with your network.

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The first of many celebrations

We’ll be announcing more celebratory promotions over the coming months, so keep an eye out on the blog, follow us on Twitter or sign up for email alerts to be the first to find out.

We’re excited about the programs and initiatives we’ve launched and supported over the last decade, and we’re excited about what the next ten years will bring. Thank you to all our authors, editors, reviewers and readers for your support and contributions since 2012 – we couldn’t have done it without you.



The waiver is only for the APC; other charges may still apply (e.g. for articles longer than 40 typeset pages); author services (copy-editing, video and graphical abstracts) are not included. Submissions that are started but not fully submitted, and manuscripts submitted outside of this period, are not eligible. To receive the APC waiver you must select Conservation Biology as a subject when submitting.

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