Biologists join physics preprint club

@article{Butler2003BiologistsJP,
  title={Biologists join physics preprint club},
  author={D. Butler},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={425},
  pages={548-548}
}
The ArXiv preprint server — physicists’ favourite place for early circulation of their results — has branched out into biology. Last month, the server’s managers created q-bio, an archive for quantitative biology. The move reflects the fact that ArXiv’s traditional constituency of physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists is increasingly working on biological problems, says its founder Paul Ginsparg of Cornell University in New York state. The proportion of biology papers on ArXiv has… Expand
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