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**Show notes** In this episode, Dan and James are joined by Jessica Polka, Director of ASAPbio, to chat about preprints. Highlights: - What is ASAPbio? - Differences between the publication processes in the biological sciences vs. the biomedical sciences - Common concerns with preprints - Media embargoes - How peer review isn’t necessarily a mark of quality - Do preprints make it harder to curate information? - Specialty preprint servers vs. broad servers? - How well do you need to format your preprint? - How do you bring up preprints to lab heads and PIs? - An example of a good preprint experience from Dan - Using preprints for your grant applications - What Jessica has changed her mind about - The one article that Jessica thinks everyone should read Links Jessica's Twitter account - @jessicapolka ASAPbio - & @asapbio_ Rescuing Biomedical science conference 2014 resources - Sherpa/Romeo - PaleoArxiv - Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures paper -…uctures_v1/1314859
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