Badges are virtual "stamps" signifying that a paper has passed certain quality checks, and they can benefit authors, readers, and science as a whole.
Research Square is now offering badges in Methods or Statistics Reporting to researchers who post a preprint to its multidisciplinary preprint platform, also known as Research Square.
Research Square, the company behind the world’s fastest-growing preprint platform, is partnering with Dimensions to provide early citation data on preprints.
Research Square, the company behind the world’s fastest-growing preprint platform, is launching a blog as an educational resource for researchers.
Research Square, known for their multidisciplinary preprint platform, reached 20,000 preprints just 18 months after its launch in 2018.
Preprints represent a unique publication type that can provide distinct advantages when used to supplement traditional peer-reviewed publications.
Preprinting can increase the impact and decrease the time to publication of preprinted manuscripts that are eventually submitted to journals.
The event was set to be held in Washington, DC, but in light of current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, it has been transitioned to a remote meeting.
AJE and Research Square jointly hosted an online event as part of Peer Review Week, an annual event in scholarly publishing.
Rachel Burley has spent more than eighteen years in senior roles in the publishing industry and joins Research Square from Springer Nature.
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Researchers who post a preprint to Research Square can now access AJE author services and Research Square videos to improve their manuscript and better communicate their findings.
Researchers can now post their manuscript directly to the platform as a preprint and gain early feedback from the scientific community.
The coalition was formed to discuss and address issues of diversity and inclusion within the Scholarly Publishing industry
Peer Review Week 2018’s theme focused on Diversity and Inclusion within academia, peer review, and research publication.
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The meetings are intended to foster conversations and the sharing of knowledge among the scholarly publishing community.
Preprints are research papers shared before peer review. Here we discuss the benefits to authors including rapid credit, visibility & feedback.
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