Author: Asapbio

Three takeaways from our July 19 Publish Your Reviews event

Publicity piece for the event "Why Publish Your Reviews?" which took place on July 19, 2022 and features the four panelists, Ashley Farley from the Gates Foundation, Alex Mendonça from SciELO, Ludo Waltman from CWTS from Leiden University and Prachee Avasthi from ASAPbio and Arcadia Science.

What are the benefits of open peer reviews on preprints, and why should researchers consider publishing their journal-invited reviews alongside preprints? ASAPbio fellows orgazined in July 2022 the event “Why Publish Your Reviews?” with the objective to answer this question. Read More →

Supporting public preprint review through collaborative reviews – an update on ASAPbio’s crowd preprint review

Crowd preprint review

ASAPbio has been supporting preprint feedback since 2021 through their crowd preprint review activities which seek to draw on the collective input of a group of commenters who each can comment on the preprint according to their level of expertise and interest. They are currently midway through their activities for 2022, which include Portuguese preprints from SciELO Preprints, and wanted to share an update on the progress. Read More →

Announcing Publish Your Reviews

Image of white keys on a silver keyboard, one of the keys is red and shows the Publish Your Reviews logo.

Today, we’re excited to launch Publish Your Reviews, an initiative encouraging reviewers to post their comments alongside the preprint versions of articles. We invite all researchers interested in promoting more open dialog around preprints to sign the pledge. Read More →

Become a crowd preprint reviewer and support public feedback on preprints

Following our successful attempt last year, we are excited to announce that ASAPbio will carry on with group preprints evaluation activities in 2022. If you are a researcher in infectious diseases, join us in supporting public preprints review by becoming a group preprints reviewer! Read More →