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An equitable, inclusive and transparent alternative to traditional science publishing
Ribbon representation of haemoglobin
(PDB: 5NI1) showing two bound haem groups
by Angela Ballesteros, licensed under CC BY 4.0

Biophysics Colab is delighted to announce the launch of a full ‘Publish, Review, Curate’ service later this year. In addition to receiving high-quality feedback on published preprints, authors will soon be able to finalise their studies as versions of record.

Creating verified articles from published preprints

The curators at Biophysics Colab consider published preprints describing physicochemical mechanisms underlying physiological processes.

With authors' consent, curators engage diverse teams of reviewers to collaboratively evaluate preprints, then deliver a single, consolidated report back to authors.

Authors can publicly respond to the comments, revise their preprints appropriately, and either seek further advice or finalise their studies. Curators append their evaluations to finalised preprints, endorsing those that are rigorous and robust.  

Later this year, we will begin to formally validate finalised preprints as versions of record — curated articles with unique DOIs.

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If you'd like expert advice on your published preprint, contact us at


To be considered as a reviewer for Biophysics Colab, please send your CV to


Early career researchers can join our peer review mentorship programme by contacting

To follow our journey to transform science publishing, you can register for news and updates here.


Providing opportunities for the entire community


“We very much appreciated the thoughtful comments, which certainly helped us to improve the manuscript."

Jue Chen, The Rockefeller University, USA

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