PeerJ Adds to the Wheel It's Reinventing

PeerJ seems to be moving quickly along the learning curve of publishing

In September 2019, PeerJ closed PeerJ Preprints, admitting it had been beaten at a game that had no upside for a real business:

While PeerJ Preprints has been successful and pioneering, the academic community is now well-served with other preprint venue options. . . . With a sad heart, the time has come to stop accepting new submissions at PeerJ Preprin…

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