The latest OA offers this Open October Plus

For the next two months, we’re providing a number of great offers to celebrate this year’s Open Access Week. If you’re considering publishing your research open access (OA) now's the time to do it, with over 50% off article publishing charges (APCs) in over 40 OA journals. Find out more.

Introducing the Taylor & Francis Medicine and Health Science Hub

Are you a medical or health science researcher? Are you looking for fast, convenient access to the latest high quality, high impact scientific research? You can now keep up-to-date with news, free-to-access articles, and calls for papers, on our medicine and health science hub website. This one stop resource covers everything from neurology to obstetrics, toxicology to psychiatry, drug delivery to biotechnology. Bookmark the site now.

Getting recognition for your work: awards and prizes

Many of our journals offer prizes, covering everything from travel grants to prizes for early career researchers. Read a selection of winner’s stories to see what they gained from entering (and winning), plus search for prizes in your research field.

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.

Peer Review Week

peer review week imageToday sees the start of Peer Review Week, honouring the fundamental role of peer review in maintaining scientific quality. Find out how, and why, we're celebrating peer review...

How to get involved in peer review (and why you should)

Photo of Leila JonesPeer review is at the heart of scholarly communication, and being able to review is a crucial skill to develop as a researcher. But how do you get involved, and why should you? Read how it can benefit your career and how to take those first steps...

Making sure your article gets seen

Photo of Russel WarneSo you’ve just published a journal article but what can you do to increase the number of people reading it? Read the approach one researcher took, and what effect it had on the visibility of his research...