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Our global research networks offer an efficient way to keep-up-to-date on the latest research and connect with relevant peers. Preprints in the SSRN community is a first step for young scholars to make an impact with their research. SSRN is dedicated to progressing science forward with the open sharing process.

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Introducing the Engineering Research Network (ENGRN)

You are invited to join the Engineering Research Network (EngRN) – a platform dedicated to providing the engineering community with a place to share research prior to and during journal peer review. EngRN is powered by SSRN, which has been an established working paper and preprint server for the dissemination of early research since 1994.


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Join the EngRN live webcast January 11 2018.

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Real world problems are getting solved by researchers like you, every day

Sharing your research results prior to peer review can accelerate the advancement of research for everyone. SSRN has been proving this to be true in the Social Sciences and is now dedicated to fostering sharing and collaboration in the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Engineering. EngRN supports early stage research sharing in engineering areas such as aerospace, bioengineering, chemical, civil, electrical, energy, industrial, manufacturing, materials, and mechanical.

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Women’s and Gender Studies (WGSRN)

You are invited to join WGSRN – the Women's & Gender Studies Research Network that facilitates sharing, collaboration and discovery of early stage research across interdisciplinary sciences.

With thirty plus networks providing classified and organized working papers and preprints for free, SSRN supports interdisciplinary discovery, sharing and collaboration. Sharing your research results prior to peer review can accelerate the advancement of Women's & Gender ideas and research. Please take a look and then let us know what you think!
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Life & Physical Sciences

SSRN is expanding its dozens of networks supporting disciplines in the physical, life and social sciences. Sharing your research results prior to peer review can accelerate the advancement of biology and chemistry for everyone and enhance your reputation as a researcher.

SSRN’s recent move into life and physical sciences encourages researchers to share their working papers on our robust preprint server. BioRN, our newly developing life sciences community, is growing leaps and bounds since its launch in Spring 2017 and proves useful to researchers in many interdisciplinary areas such as bioethics law, economics and even quantitative finance.

Watch Gregg Gordon’s Webcast Accelerating Interdisciplinary Research  - Introducing BioRN @ SSRN

In September 2017 we launched ChemRN, the Chemistry research network facilitating sharing, collaboration and discovery of early stage research across all of chemistry, including the fields of Energy, Environmental and Materials Sciences. ChemRN also weaves connections amongst  multiple disciplines within the SSRN community. Please take a look and then let us know what you think! ChemRN Survey


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Freely download Chemistry research and subscribe to weekly eJournal email alerts, notifying you of the latest papers by top authors.

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Build your network, get feedback about your research from your community and find other researchers to collaborate with.

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Upload your research for rapid dissemination to interested readers around the world. If you have an article currently under review, you can share your preprint through ChemRN.

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SSRN’s scholarly research disciplines, with more evolving, choose the latest research from hundreds of sub-categories in the life, physical, and social sciences.

SSRN Managing Director, Gregg Gordon, explains the value of BioRN to researchers.