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Unwind with the Knowledge Retreat
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Join thousands of academics enjoying free access to practical tips on caring for your brain, improving focus, and finding inspiration when writing. 

Created by academics for the academic research community with your brain in mind. 

How are we improving the online publishing journey?
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The world’s global challenges mean research needs to be more robust and reliable than ever before.

From submit and review, to publish and share – our new hub updates you on all the latest digital developments.

Reading and publishing during the pandemic: download the report
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Explore how COVID-19 has impacted reading and publishing research, from most-discussed articles to reading patterns and search habits.

Taylor & Francis/Routledge Journal Editor Code of Conduct
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The Editor of a journal plays a vital role in advancing knowledge within fields of research. To support this role, our Code of Conduct sets out the minimum standards for all Taylor & Francis/Routledge Editors who have responsibility for decisions on journal content to help ensure our journals publish quality, trustworthy content.

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