Preprint collections added to Foundation

Preprint collections added to Foundation

June 07, 2021

ResoluteAI's Foundation now offers three preprint collections: arXiv, bioRxiv and medRxiv.

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Preprint datasets: arXiv, bioRxiv and medRxiv

When researchers want to publish an article in a scholarly journal, the article needs to go through a peer review process. Peer reviewing can take a lot of time, so while this review is happening, the researcher can publish their article on arXiv, bioRxiv, and medRxiv. A published paper before peer review is known as a preprint.

Why add preprints to ResoluteAI's research platform?

ResoluteAI's users are often looking for the newest advances in research, and waiting for a paper to make its way through the peer review process means our users could miss out on beneficial opportunities such as partnerships, etc. Adding preprints gives our users the chance to search both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed literature all at once, saving them time and increasing the chance of finding information of interest.

 

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