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12/1/2015Make your voice heard on preprints in biologyJessica PolkaASCBhttp://www.ascb.org/make-your-voice-heard/
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2/7/2016Make your voice heard on the future of publishing in biology #ASAPBioGary McDowell Future of Researchhttp://futureofresearch.org/2016/02/07/make-your-voice-heard-on-the-future-of-publishing-in-biology-asapbio/
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2/10/2016Does it take too long to publish research?Kendall PowellNature Newshttp://www.nature.com/news/does-it-take-too-long-to-publish-research-1.19320
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2/16/2016Science, get over yourself: Zika data-sharing should be the norm, not the exceptionIvan Oransky and Adam MarcusSTAThttps://www.statnews.com/2016/02/16/zika-data-sharing/
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2/16/2016Biologists urged to hug a preprintEwen Callaway & Kendall PowellNature Newshttp://www.nature.com/news/biologists-urged-to-hug-a-preprint-1.19384
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2/16/2016Zika virus initiative reveals deeper malady in scientific publishingStephen Currythe Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/science/occams-corner/2016/feb/16/zika-virus-scientific-publishing-malady
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2/18/2016I’m Excited! A Post Pre-Print-Posting-Powwow PostMichael EisenIt is NOT junkhttp://www.michaeleisen.org/blog/?p=1863
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2/22/2016A Rainbow Unicorn Wants to Transform Biology PublishingKatie PalmerWiredhttp://www.wired.com/2016/02/the-rainbow-unicorn-trying-real-hard-to-transform-biology-publishing/
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3/4/2016Who’s Afraid of Preprints? Looking at the Origin and Motivation Behind arXiv for Clues as to Why It’s so SuccessfulPhill JonesDigital Sciencehttps://www.digital-science.com/blog/perspectives/whos-afraid-preprints-looking-origin-motivation-behind-arxiv-clues-successful/
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3/7/2016Junior biomedical scientists and preprintsGary McDowell F1000Researchhttp://f1000research.com/articles/5-294/
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3/15/2016Handful of Biologists Went Rogue and Published Directly to InternetAmy HarmonNew York Timeshttp://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/16/science/asap-bio-biologists-published-to-the-internet.html
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3/17/2016Taking the online medicineAnanyo BhattacharyaThe Economisthttp://www.economist.com/news/science-and-technology/21694990-old-fashioned-ways-reporting-new-discoveries-are-holding-back-medical-research
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3/18/2016Would the movement toward early publication of research online revolutionize the life sciences for better or worse?Shana DaloriaKPCChttp://www.scpr.org/programs/airtalk/2016/03/18/47313/would-the-movement-toward-early-publication-of-res/
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3/21/2016Preprints – dipping a toe in the waterMichael MarkieF1000http://blog.f1000research.com/2016/03/21/preprints-dipping-a-toe-in-the-water/
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3/25/2016Are Preprints Becoming the New Norm in Biology? Not So FastCourtney Kueppers Chronicle of Higher Educationhttp://chronicle.com/article/Are-Preprints-Becoming-the-New/235819?key=uZ5NQjUn4Y5Os_Cp7ZFxKmn5jfzaY_W0DsjzgXYbT612NmhDTms4VC1MTk8tT1JPZTB6Z1l5MUt2Zno5YTRLWmNWNG9PemJwVkln
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2/20/2016ASAPbio: The Dusk of Peer-Reviewed Glamour (a report from a virtual attendance)Alfonso Martinez-AriasMartinez-Arias Labhttp://amapress.gen.cam.ac.uk/?p=1635
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3/26/2016Has the time come for preprints in biology?Needhi BhallabioRxivhttp://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/03/25/045799
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3/30/2016Preprints in BiologyEditorialNature Methodshttp://www.nature.com/nmeth/journal/v13/n4/full/nmeth.3831.html
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4/7/2016From the NY Times: Biologists went rogue and publish directly on the InternetLilian Nassi-CalòSciELO in Perspectivehttp://blog.scielo.org/en/2016/04/07/from-the-ny-times-biologists-went-rogue-and-publish-directly-on-the-internet/
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4/12/2016ASAPbio and bioRxivRobin SinnThe Sheridan Libraries Bloghttp://blogs.library.jhu.edu/wordpress/2016/04/asapbio-and-biorxiv/
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5/1/2016Breaking Down Pros and Cons of Preprints in BiomedicineHilda BastianAbsolutely Maybe (PLOS blogs)
http://blogs.plos.org/absolutely-maybe/2016/05/01/breaking-down-pros-and-cons-of-preprints-in-biomedicine/
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