Author: Jason Hoyt

Bad Science Part 3: Podcast interview with Corina Logan

Early Career Researchers PeerJ co-founder Jason Hoyt speaks with Dr. Corina Logan in this ongoing series on “Bad Science.” Dr. Logan is a Senior Researcher in Evolutionary Anthropology at the Max Planck Institute where...

Podcast – Bad Science Part 2: Cogs in the Machine

(Listen to Bad Science Part 1 here) Cogs in the machine PeerJ co-founder Jason Hoyt speaks with Cardiff University psychology professor Chris Chambers in this ongoing series on “Bad Science.” Introduction 0:05 – The...

Brexit impact and UK author APC relief at PeerJ

Like many of you, we were stunned by the “leave” result in the June 23rd United Kingdom EU referendum. Half of PeerJ’s staff is based in the UK, and so this will personally affect...

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...

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...

Results of the third annual PeerJ author survey

99.2% would recommend PeerJ to colleagues 85% had a fast editorial process 83% report very helpful peer-review 51% response rate 22 days median publication time With this blog post, we are pleased to report...

Introductory Open Access APC option at PeerJ

Update: For the latest prices visit the pricing page We’re pleased to announce that from today, researchers will have the option to pay an introductory (U.S.) $695 per article fee (APC) to publish in...