Supporting you through every step of your research publishing journey
If the journal editor thinks your article has potential for publication, they will send it out to be reviewed by two or three experts in the field. This can be a daunting prospect, but peer review is a fundamental part of getting published and can be a great opportunity to access constructive feedback on your work.
What are the different types of research articles?
When it comes to the types of research articles, there’s a huge variety out there. So how do you explore your options? Get everything you need to know with our new guide.
Learn from the experts: peer review workshop
On 18 June, Sense About Science will be hosting an online event examining the process of peer review - offering insights and guidance from experts and academic professionals.
COVID-19 resources and support for you
In these extraordinary times, we want to support both the drive for research into COVID-19 and all our partners across the world as they face disruption in both their professional and personal lives.
Call for papers
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.
Supercharge your research career
How Researchers Changed the World
We’ve developed two 12-week learning programs to help you discover how your research can change the world. When you sign up to one of our learning programs you’ll receive one chapter by email each week. Each chapter covers a key aspect of publishing your research, from choosing the right keywords to mastering the peer review process, to boosting your personal profile after publication.
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