why to publish
What to publish
Content considered for publication includes:
Research articles - such as on honours/masters research projects
Commentaries - such as:
reflections on work/internship experience
hot topics and debate articles
book/seminar/summer school etc reviews
reflections on a topic of interest related to your studies
Creative pieces - such as life sciences-related artwork
We will also consider publishing other pieces not listed above - contact us to discuss your idea.
Students are to be the primary author of articles and all the work presented therein should be a product of their effort, or appropriate acknowledgements and permissions given.
Work involving others such as a supervisor needs approval from them before it can be published
Any work previously submitted as an assignment should be re-written to align to our format, and appropriate permissions given from the staff member who set the work.
You can find the rest of our journal policies here.
Publishing with Insider Imprint is an excellent opportunity to showcase your achievements and enhance your CV. As an open access online journal, you will gain visibility for your accomplishments. Whether you are interested in staying in academia or have alternative career goals, having a published article or two is a sure way to increase your employability and impress potential employers.
Publishing with us will give you experience in how you go from an idea to print. We will guide you through the typical publication roadmap, from following author guidelines, submitting your work & receiving feedback to reviewing proofs before publication. You will also gain an insight into the peer-review process that is widely used to validate scholarly work.
For those of you interested in staying within academia, getting your first publication can be a big step forwards for your career and will help break down barriers early researchers often face when contemplating their first article submission.
And of course the transferrable skills you will gain are invaluable for many other careers such as in science journalism, teaching, policy making, patent law, consultancy etc..