Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University

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PeerJ Institutional Member

Unlimited publishing for affiliated authors

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PeerJ Institutional Membership provides unlimited publishing with no additional fees for authors affiliated with Carnegie Mellon University. If you submit to PeerJ with a recognized email (ending andrew.cmu.edu, *cmu.edu, *qatar.edu or *qatar.cmu.edu) and are the Corresponding or Submitting author of the article, we will recognize you as eligible to publish using CMU's Annual Institutional Membership.

If you believe you are eligible to use the CMU's membership but have an alternative email, please email communities@peerj.com and we will handle your request.

Carnegie Mellon is a major creator and consumer of scholarly materials, and sees open access as strategically important. The university has taken a number of actions to promote open access, and through the Libraries’ efforts to champion new forms of scholarly communication, increasing the dissemination of works authored by the CMU community as widely as possible, and encouraging use and increasing citations and impact. As a result CMU is pleased to support PeerJ as an institutional member.

For more information about CMU's Membership, please contact the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries Publishing Services team.

Carnegie Mellon University has an Annual Institutional Membership, providing unlimited publishing with no additional fees for eligible authors. If you submit to any PeerJ journal using a recognized affiliated email, and are the Corresponding or Admin author of the submission, we will recognize you as eligible to publish using the Annual Institutional Membership.

If you believe you are eligible to publish using the Membership but have a non-affiliated email, please email authors@peerj.com and we will handle your request.

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