3 Minute Thesis: working with Vitae to support public engagement in research

A celebration of the dynamic and exciting work conducted by doctoral researchers across the UK, Taylor & Francis are delighted to announce that we will be the headline sponsor for this year’s Vitae Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT®), the largest national 3MT® competition in the world. Find out more.

TandFChina.com launches: supporting Chinese researchers

Our support for Chinese researchers continues to grow with the launch of TandFChina.com, our new online hub in Mandarin. Using videos, infographics and checklists, the website will help researchers navigate the publishing process. Explore the new resources and bookmark the site today.

ORCiD: a unique identifier that ensures you get credit for your research activities

Some of our journals are now requesting an ORCiD as standard during the online submission process. Find out about our ORCiD trial, plus how having one can benefit every researcher, and how simple it is to include your ORCiD when submitting a paper to a Taylor & Francis journal.

Journals regularly ‘call for papers’, asking for submissions within particular fields or focused on specific topics. Answering these is a great way to get published, ensuring your research fits a particular journal’s aims and scope. Below are just a few of our latest calls for papers. For a complete list go to our page, updated every month.

OA research stories: the role of circadian neuroscience in education

Dr. Paul Kelley Why do researchers choose to publish their research Open Access, or switch their article from being available via subscription to OA post-publication? In this latest research story, Dr. Paul Kelley tells us the effect going OA had on his work…

Understand the nuts and bolts of peer review

Sense About Science workshopTaylor & Francis is once again supporting Sense About Science’s workshops for early career researchers on peer review. Find out about the workshops, and how to book your place on the next one, with this guest post from Joanne Thomas, Sense About Science’s Project and Events Coordinator…

5 steps to improving your research visibility

Jenni LienWant to improve your brand as an early career researcher? It may be uncomfortable at first but being your own PR agency and learning how to self-promote can open up a new world of opportunities – even ones outside academia. We have five top tips to get you started…