- Posted by Shelly on June 10, 2016
Paty first got in touch to ask us if she could have an Overleaf duck, and seeing as she was so enthusiastic about Overleaf we decided to ask her more about her work and her use of the platform! Oh, and we sent her some ducks too, of course :)
- Posted on May 31, 2016
“Many bioinformaticians and biologists who use computational models have told us that they generally prefer using the LaTeX format over [Microsoft] Word. By working with Overleaf, we can offer this group of authors an alternative to Word, and this helps improve their overall experience with F1000Research.” – Michaela Torkar, Editorial Director at F1000Research
- Posted by Mary Anne on May 26, 2016
London – May 26: Overleaf is excited to announce a new partnership with Oxford University Press (OUP). Through this partnership, authors submitting to OUP’s Biostatistics journal will have access to the award winning Overleaf collaborative cloud-based writing and reviewing tool with 1-click submission into the Biostatistics’ ScholarOne submission system.
- Posted by Shelly on May 26, 2016
I am happy to write about our successful ongoing collaboration with Stanford University Libraries!
Earlier this year, in February, I attended Stanford’s Gear Up for research day. It was fun speaking with students, researchers, faculty and staff interested in increasing productivity and quality related to collaborative scientific authoring. The feedback was excellent – students and faculty were genuinely happy that Stanford was providing free Overleaf Pro accounts to all students and faculty. Collaboration is on the rise, and having an innovative collaborative authoring tool received high praise! You can view my lightning talk slides by clicking here.
- Posted by Shelly on May 19, 2016
"I have enjoyed using Overleaf and found it to be very helpful in my work. I especially like the user interface, the availability of numerous templates, and tracking of version history."
– Jonathan Young