Preprint Servers: Not Just for Physics | GenomeWeb

Nick Loman has spotted a trend: Genomics researchers are starting to submit their papers to the arXiv preprint server, "which many biologists believe is the reserve of angry physicists, beardy mathematicians, and unwashed computer scientists."

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