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Five years PeerJ: free open access publishing all month long!

08 February 2018
Open Access
Open Access

This month of February marks five years since the first peer-reviewed article was published in the biomedical open access journal PeerJ – February 12th to be exact.
To celebrate this, PeerJ is waiving all publication fees for any February submission to either PeerJ or PeerJ Computer Science. That means free open access publishing all month long!

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