The F1000Research authorship policy

Following recent discussion and comments on the F1000Research publication criteria, we want to explain our reasoning for why we have developed them. We want to engage the scientific community in discussing these criteria and hear of alternative suggestions. Introduction Research articles published in traditional journals go through an opaque and often secretive process of selection […]

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Going with the workflow: an interview with Bioconductor

Since the Bioconductor project began 15 years ago, it has grown into vast source of indispensable analytical tools for researchers working with high-throughput genomic data. Their open source, open development philosophy naturally aligns with our open science publishing model, and so we were thrilled to collaborate with Bioconductor to launch its own channel a […]

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A major first step towards a new way of publishing

Publication of research takes months going through peer review before it sees the light of day. And only a tiny proportion of the work that goes into any project is ever made visible and published, as traditional journals are selective and only accept new or novel findings. Too much work is shut away in notebooks, in drawers […]

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Partnering with Kudos to help authors maximize impact

F1000Research has partnered with Kudos, a free service that provides researchers with simple tools to maximize the reach and impact of their published articles. We want to help ensure that research reaches the widest possible audience. The service is suitable for all academics, including those who are not already active on social media and might […]

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