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Peer J and PeerJ Preprints to be preserved with Portico

03.25.15

PeerJ and PeerJ Preprints will be preserved with Portico through its E-Journal Preservation Service, ensuring that this content will be secure and available into the future.

“We are delighted to partner with Portico,” commented Peter Binfield, Publisher and Co-founder of PeerJ. “Having built PeerJ with the scientific community in mind, and by developing our platform in close consultation with this community, we know that digital preservation is of critical importance to PeerJ’s authors and readers. Portico’s service ensures we provide this certainty to them.”

PeerJ is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal. It publishes research articles in the Biological and Medical Sciences, and also now in Computer Science with the launch of sister journal PeerJ Computer Science. PeerJ PrePrints is the ‘pre-print’ area of PeerJ.