Regardless of disciplinary differences, the various stakeholders in the scholarly communication landscape seem to agree that the key benefit of preprint
posting is that it enables easy and fast dissemination.
If you've ever tried to view a digital preprint
on your phone, you know that it's just about impossible and isn't very user friendly.
THIS STUDY ADDRESSING HYPERTENSION guideline changes is unique because it was initially published on a public preprint
Elsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, announces SSRN, its world preprint
server and early stage research platform, is launching a dedicated engineering network, EngRN, the company said.
The original impetus for preprint
servers was the long delay of the peer-review process in the physical sciences.
is a flexographic print process whereby paper reels are printed before corrugating, thus achieving a high quality finish.
11 December 2012 - US logistics services provider The Clark Group Inc said it had taken over domestic sector firm Preprint
Logistics Management Inc for an unspecified amount.
* If you must include your Social Security number on checks, write--never preprint
. Be wary about giving the number to anyone but authorized people your banker or accountant, for example.
The second and more important problem was that major advertisers--department stores, grocers, car dealers and the like--that previously had been limited to buying space in a newspaper's regular pages now had a cheaper alternative: preprint
One of the great advantages of the preprint
is that you can use a very large flier folded down to a smaller finished size, giving you lots of space for copy and graphics.
Media Square, the AIM-listed marketing communications and marketing services group, yesterday acquired the ongoing business and certain assets of PrePrint
Imaging, a Leeds-based retail marketing services business.