Checking Impact Factors? Browse by discipline with new mini-site

View the latest Impact Factors for all Taylor & Francis and Routledge journals in the Thomson Reuters 2016 Journal Citation Reports® on our mini-site. With journals grouped by discipline, and covering the sciences, social sciences, medicine, humanities and arts, you can now easily find the information you need in one online resource.

Britain and the EU referendum: informing the issues with leading research and opinion pieces

With polling day looming, get to the heart of the debate with a virtual special issue which draws together key research and opinion pieces from across the political spectrum, including Routledge journal editors and leading academics from the UK and Europe. Start reading now. launches: supporting Chinese researchers

Our support for Chinese researchers continues to grow with the launch of, 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.

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.

Supporting postdocs through collaboration

London Arts and Humanities PartnershipBringing together three leading research institutions with organizations from the arts, cultural and heritage sectors, the London Arts and Humanities Partnership is supporting PhD students in a number of innovative ways. As the LAHP summer camp begins (where we’ll be running a workshop on publishing your research), we interviewed their Research and Education Manager on the theme of collaboration...

Presenting your research: approaches, benefits and career development

Zaid JanjuaWhat should you consider when presenting your research at a conference or event? Zaid Janjua, winner of Vitae’s 2015 UK-wide Three Minute Thesis Competition, tells us about the approach he took when challenged to present his research in just three minutes. From body language to taking the time to practise, read his tips and watch his prize-winning presentation.

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…