University of Amsterdam
University of Amsterdam

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The Library of the University of Amsterdam has funding for PeerJ Basic Memberships.

The Library of the University of Amsterdam believes that the dissemination of knowledge is essential for the progress of scientific research. It is in the interest of the scientific community that research results are made freely available to everyone. By 'open access' publishing of research results, i.e. freely accessible to all, the dissemination of knowledge becomes much more efficient.

In order to provide UvA researchers with opportunities to publish in open access the University Library has decided to support the PeerJ initiative.

When your article is accepted for publication in PeerJ, University of Amsterdam affiliated authors should return to this page to submit a claim for a Basic Membership and complete the email verification.

A Basic Membership allows for the publication of one editorially-accepted PeerJ article every 12-month period respectively, counting from your last publication to your next first-decision. The membership remains yours for life.

If you have questions regarding our support of PeerJ, or other open access initiatives supported by the Library of the University of Amsterdam, please contact the open access team (openaccess@uva.nl).

*If you are taking the membership route, all authors of an accepted article must have a paid membership. https://peerj.com/pricing/#apc-membership-pricing

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36 Peer-reviewed Articles

15 Preprints

Leveraging eDNA to detect and monitor hybrid zones
616 views · 478 downloads
12 Grand Challenges in Single-Cell Data Science
7,793 views · 6,154 downloads
Why mountains matter for biodiversity
805 views · 1,036 downloads
First steps towards mitochondrial pan-genomics: Detailed analysis of Fusarium graminearum mitogenomes
608 views · 526 downloads
The first virtual cranial endocast of a porolepiform fish and the evolution of the Dipnomorpha
646 views · 232 downloads
Conceptual and empirical advances in Neotropical biodiversity research
3,045 views · 1,698 downloads

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