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Which journal?

Photomicrographs of a pseudotachylyte vein
Photomicrographs of a pseudotachylyte vein © Dr Kristina Dunkel

The Royal Society publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed journals covering all scientific disciplines. Whichever journal you choose we will offer you an excellent publishing service and international readership. We welcome submissions of high quality science from anywhere in the world. When submitting please ensure the topic of your research is a good match for the scope of the journal (link to details in tables below), a good standard of English and that you have met the necessary publishing ethics.

For research papers

Proceedings A** Physical science 
Interface** Cross-disciplinary science
Proceedings B** Biological science
Biology Letters** Biological science (short format)
Open Biology* Biological science (molecular)
Royal Society Open Science* All of science
Notes and Records History of science

*Fully open access
**Plan S compliant Transformative Journal

Our journals also publish a range of other article types, such as reviews, opinion pieces, biological science practice articles, evidence synthesis and registered reports – see individual journals for details.

For theme issue proposals

The following journals only publish theme issues. Submission of individual articles is not considered. We welcome theme issue proposals from any interested parties. Find out more about the benefits of editing a theme issue.

Philosophical Transactions A
Physical science 
Interface Focus Cross-disciplinary science
Philosophical Transactions B Biological science
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