This article is adapted from the remarks by Dr. John Inglis during the panel ‘Science as Conversation: The evolving role of preprint servers’ at Frankfurt Book Fair 2019.
I am a faculty member at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, which has a 130-year history of advancing research in biomedical science and enabling communication among scientists in a variety of ways. One of the more recent ways is the preprint server for life sciences, bioRxiv, which will be six years’ old next month and continues to grow in both submissions and usage.
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