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Publishing in Nature journals

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Ever wondered… What does it take to have a paper published in a Nature journal? What are the factors determining whether a paper is accepted or rejected? Who handles your paper and what sort of criteria do they apply? This talk aims to demystifying editorial decisions and provide insight into the peer-review process. After a brief outline of the differences between the various Nature titles, I will describe how an editor reaches a first decision on a manuscript, how the subsequent external peer-review is handled, and how a paper is eventually published. The talk will hopefully help you as authors in the preparation of your manuscript for submission to Nature journals, and as reviewers in clarifying how your valuable input enters the editorial decision. Questions are more than welcome!

This talk is part of the Wolfson College Science Society series.

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