Engagement in research: be part of our Open Access Week Twitter discussion

Open Access Week is just around the corner and we’re hosting a Twitter discussion on how open access research can be acted upon by groups outside of academia. Meet our panel of experts and find out how you can get involved.

Partnering with ReadCube to enhance research discoverability

We’ve partnered with publishing technology company, ReadCube, to enable readers to discover even more research, faster. Over 4 million journal articles and book chapters now feature on ReadCube Discover, offering greater reach for your research. Find out what this means for researchers and authors now.

Shining a light on public engagement in research

We’re exploring the theme of public engagement in research with a series of blog posts on different aspects of this vital topic. From use of social media to engaging patient groups, podcasts to traditional media, start reading now.

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.

Peerage of Science: a new approach to peer review

 Peerage of Science Thirty Taylor & Francis journals are now offering Peerage of Science, a free service which facilitates a streamlined peer review process. So as an author, should you be considering Peerage of Science for your next research paper? Read some of our favorite features we think you might find useful...

Promoting research in the media: our latest researcher story

Gary JamesHow can the media benefit your research and how should you approach engaging with them? In this latest research story, Dr. Gary James tells us about his work on the history of sport, and how publicizing it through media outlets has helped to extend the reach of his research…

Go ‘behind the scenes’: it’s peer review in pictures

Peer review cartoon What happens to a paper after it is submitted to a journal? We’re beginning this year’s Peer Review Week by looking ‘behind the scenes’ of peer review to answer just this question. Find out about the lifecycle of a paper and see peer review in pictures, with a cartoon that explains it all…