You are welcome to submit your article manuscript to any of the Open Access journals published by De Gruyter Open. Please have a look at the subjects we cover in order to find the journals that best suit your area of research. To learn more about publishing in an Open Access journal, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.
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Emerging Science Journals
In 2012, De Gruyter Open announced the launch of a new Open Access program dedicated to the publication of 100 Emerging Science Journals. The program focuses on young and rapidly developing fields of science, which have not yet been covered by a designated journal.
The Emerging Science Journals program has already won outstanding support in the research community. Many distinguished scientists have become members of the editorial boards of the journals – among them Sir Harold Kroto, Professor at Florida State University, 1996 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, most recent Medicine or Physiology Nobel Prize Winner, Prof. Jules A. Hoffmann and one of the world’s top chemists, prof. Didier Astruc. The journal editors come from the world’s most prestigious universities and research institutes, such as Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Cambridge, and the Max Planck Institute.
One of the main reasons for this phenomenal support is the Open Access publishing model, which provides free access to journal articles for all interested readers. De Gruyter Open is not planning any publication fees for the first two volume years. The journals will use sophisticated online submission and hosting technology solutions, and will be covered by all applicable abstracting databases.
You can find the Emerging Science Journals by browsing through the catalogues of subject areas and periodicals.