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PeerJ publishes its 200th Article

Today we are pleased to announce the publication of our 200th article! We would like to thank our Authors, Reviewers, Academic Editors, Academic Advisors, and the Open Access community for helping us to reach...

The Reception to Dino Joe

On Tuesday, we published “Ontogeny in the tube-crested dinosaur Parasaurolophus (Hadrosauridae) and heterochrony in hadrosaurids” by Dr. Andrew Farke et al.   This fascinating paper describes the most complete skeleton ever found of Parasaurolophus,...

Interview with an Author – Todd Vision

This week is Open Access week, and we thought it would be interesting to talk with Todd Vision, the senior author on our recent publication “Data reuse and the open data citation advantage“. This...

Interview with an Author – Alan McElligott

In today’s ‘Interview with an Author’, we spoke to Dr. Alan McElligott, one of the corresponding authors of the recent PeerJ article “Goats favour personal over social information in an experimental foraging task” published...

Interview with Authors – Sliwinski and Sigmon​

Today’s ‘Interview with an Author’ is a Two for One. We spoke with Elisha Sigmon and Michelle Sliwinski, the authors of the recent PeerJ article “Why do leaf-tying caterpillars abandon their leaf ties?”. We...

Interview with an Author – Peter Cock

Dr Peter Cock, the author of one of our most recent publications (“Galaxy tools and workflows for sequence analysis with applications in molecular plant pathology”) was sufficiently motivated by his experience, that he decided...

Author Interview – Martin Hediger

Dr. Martin Hediger has authored two articles at PeerJ. He is a computational enzyme engineer who completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Zürich (Switzerland) and his PhD at the University of Copenhagen...

Interview with an Author – Margaret Sampson

Margaret Sampson is the medical librarian at CHEO (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario), managing the medical and family resource libraries. Her specialty is information retrieval for systematic reviews, with an active research portfolio focusing...

Interview With an Author – Jennifer Vonk

Dr Jennifer Vonk is the author yesterday’s article “Matching based on biological categories in Orangutans (Pongo abelii) and a Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)” which received quite a bit of attention in the press. Dr...