An interview with the founders of PeerJ, an innovative new academic publishing startup. | Mendeley Blog 2012-06-14


[Use the link to access the transcript.] “We’re very excited to announce today the launch of PeerJ, a fascinating new experiment to find an open access business model which improves upon accessibility, submission time, and the peer review mechanism. One reason we’re excited is that Mendeley and PeerJ share quite a bit of common history. Our former research director, Jason Hoyt, is one of the co-founders, and the other co-founder is Pete Binfield, the former publisher of one of our closest publishing allies, PLoS ONE. This development is also exciting in the context of the massive public support of open access and the other publishing startups in this space, such as eLife and F1000 Reports...”



08/16/2012, 06:08

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06/14/2012, 07:46

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06/14/2012, 11:08