Welcome to Preprints

October 29, 2016

Recently, Stephanie submitted a new manuscript to PeerJ Preprints*, while the paper is under peer-reveiw. This is the first time the lab has submitted a preprint, but so far it has been a great experince; the manuscript has already been viewed 512x and has been downloaded 98x! Check it out at the following link:

Virtual reconstruction of the brain and sinuses of the early Jurassic marine crocodylomorph Pelagosaurus typus (Thalattosuchia)

*Preprints are versions of a scholarly work that precede publication in a peer-reviewed journal. As peer-review can often takes several months (or longer!), preprints can help you to immediately circulate your ideas and results and recieve feedback that may be helpful in revising the work.