Consider npj Biofilms and Microbiomes for your next piece of research

​Wondering where to submit your next manuscript? npj Biofilms and Microbiomes offers authors a platform to publish new and exciting findings on biofilms and microbial communities.

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Jun 09, 2016
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Wondering where to submit your next manuscript? npj Biofilms and Microbiomes offers authors a platform to publish new and exciting findings on biofilms and microbial communities.

The journal is led by Editor-in-Chief Professor Staffan Normark, who is supported by a team of globally renowned Associate Editors and Editorial Board members. Authors submitting to the journal benefit from rigorous and comprehensive peer review from authorities in the field.

With over 141,000 page views and site visitors from over 150 countries* since launching in March 2015, npj Biofilms and Microbiomes offers authors a wide and international audience for their research. Open access publication allows for greater public engagement, faster impact, wider collaboration and increased interdisciplinary conversation. All original research articles are accompanied by professionally written Editorial Summaries, opening up your research to the scientific community and succinctly communicating why your article is important.

Interested in finding out more? Why not watch an interview with Professor Staffan Normark, where he outlines his vision for the journal and hot research areas he’d like to cover in the journal.

A full list of benefits of publishing with the journal are listed on the website, where you can also find our Guide to Authors. Have any other questions? Drop us an email on npjbiofilms@nature.com to find out more, or meet with Joe Bennett at ASM Microbe in Boston or Nico Fanget or myself at Biofilms 7 in Porto to discuss future opportunities.



*Webtrends, June 2016

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