Media coverage

The following are a collection of links to various media outlets covering or mentioning our work investigating the role of preprints in the COVID-19 pandemic, Preprinting the COVID-19 pandemic and Preprints in motion:

Discussion of how pandemic preprints change upon publication Science in Action, BBC World Service

Opinion: The Rise of Preprints Is No Cause for Alarm The Scientist

Preprints: how draft academic papers have become essential in the fight against COVID The Conversation

Covid-19 changes the face of preprints Research Professional

How pandemic-driven preprints are driving open scrutiny of research Horizon

Rush to Publish Risks Undermining COVID-19 Research Inside Higher Ed

Problems with Preprints: Covering Rough-Draft Manuscripts Responsibly The Open Notebook

Fast Science: Vetting Rapid Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic Innovative Genomics Blog

For Better or Worse, COVID-19 Put Science Research in Front of More People Than Ever Science Alert

Science publishing has opened up during the coronavirus pandemic. It won’t be easy to keep it that way The Conversation

In the rush for coronavirus information, unreviewed scientific papers are being publicized The Conversation

The Wild World Of Preprinted Science Forbes

Will the pandemic permanently alter scientific publishing? Nature News Feature

Coronavirus crowds out other research papers Nature Index

A shot in the arm Research Professional

Covidpreprints.com website eurekalert