Preprints is a multidisciplinary preprint platform that accepts articles from all fields of science and technology, given that the preprint is scientifically sound and can be considered part of academic literature.
“What is a preprint? A preprint is a draft of a scholarly manuscript made available to the public prior to publication in a peer-reviewed journal. Why post a preprint? Making one’s work available as a preprint has several advantages”
SciELO Preprints Collection is an integral part of SciELO, an international cooperation program aiming at the development of open access scientific communication covering all areas of knowledge. It operates as a collection of non-peer-reviewed manuscripts within the SciELO Network of national and thematic collection of journals.
about.zenodo.org: Zenodo – Research Shared – Zenodo is a free and open digital archive built by CERN and OpenAIRE, enabling researchers to share and preserve research output in any size, format and from all fields of research
ASAPbio: List of preprint servers: policies and practices across platforms – given the growth of preprint servers and alternative platforms, it is increasingly important to describe their disciplinary scope and compare and contrast policies including governance, licensing, archiving strategies and the nature of any screening checks – important to both researchers and policymakers
ASAPbio:Biology preprints over time – while the practice of preprinting in the life sciences is not completely new, it has grown dramatically over the past few years – does not yet include 6,000 preprints on relevant OSF platforms – see Zenodo record for more details and raw data