We support sharing platforms that enable accessing and sharing research processes and open outputs—methods and protocols, data, code, results— easily, and as early as possible in the research cycle. Whether through supporting preprints in the life sciences community, or allowing researchers to efficiently develop, reproduce, reuse, and publish experimental protocols and research methods, we believe we can accelerate the pace of research by making these outputs available to everyone.
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Promoting preprints and open, rapid dissemination in the life sciences
Preprint servers allow scientists to rapidly share results and manuscripts before they are peer reviewed.
John Inglis Richard Sever
To build an open source solution to power commenting, review, assessment, and discussion initiatives and provide a platform for the evolution of peer review.
John Inglis Richard Sever Samatha Hindle Ted Roeder Kevin-John Black Dan Whaley Daryl Hedley Peg Fowler
To make preprint review and other editorial processes machine-readable and discoverable.
Gabriel Stein Richard Sever Paul Shannon
To improve technology and research culture to support a more open and participatory ecosystem for the public review of preprints.
Daniela Saderi Samantha Hindle Monica Granados Chad Sansing Vanessa Fairhurst Chris Wilkinson Paul Shannon
Sharing Methods to Accelerate Reproducible Science
To support the creation of resource tables for preprints on bioRxiv.
Anita Bandrowski Tracey Weissgerber Martijn Roelandse Peter Eckmann
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