Gender and publishing

How diverse are journal editorial boards and is the current publishing landscape equitable?

Picking up a theme from our latest podcast episode on the unspoken challenges of research life, PhD candidate Verity Postlethwaite shares her views on the relationship between gender and publishing.


Spotlight on STAR: free access for researchers in developing countries

Researching and preparing your work for submission can be challenging for authors and researchers who have fewer opportunities, whether financial, technological, or otherwise, to access journals – this is where STAR comes in. STAR provides researchers in developing countries with free online access to millions of journal articles. Find out more about how to register.


Should you share your data?

What are the benefits of data sharing to authors and the scientific community? If you share your research data might someone “scoop” your future paper?

Jon Grahe, Editor of The Journal of Social Psychology, tackles both the opportunities and challenges of data sharing.


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Does your research incorporate code? 

We’re taking our authors’ articles to the next level with a new partnership with Code Ocean, providing researchers and developers an easy way to share, discover, and run code. Read the press release over on Taylor & Francis Newsroom.


Open access: 2017’s most popular research

What was the most read open access research of 2017? We’ve been crunching the numbers and can now reveal the top 10 articles published in Taylor & Francis Open and Open Select journals last year.


Launching an open data journal: an editor's perspective

What can open data show, and how can it be used within journals? We spoke to Editor in Chief of Big Earth Data, a journal that uses open data to drive discoveries forwards in Earth Science. Read insights about open data from a journal editor. 

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. You can search for current submission requests within your subject area on our regularly updated calls for papers page.

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