WRITE FOR US
Technology Networks communities attract more than 2 million users every year. Many of whom are scientists who face the same challenges day in day out, challenges that we know can be overcome.
That’s why we are looking for scientists to work with our editorial team to share their expertise and create practical how to guides that will help the global scientific community overcome these challenges.
We want you to share your know-how. So, think about what you have learnt, simple ways you have optimized processes, what you would tell a new starter in the lab, practical advice you have read about – this is the knowledge we want to help capture and share.
If you are keen to share your expertise with the Technology Networks’ community and would benefit from having your work and name in front of a global audience, we would love to hear from you.
How Technology Networks Can Help
If you are interested in sharing your expertise, getting a start in writing, building your existing portfolio, or simply earning some extra cash, we are here to help.
Whether you are serious about your writing or just looking to make some extra cash, you will be paid for all how to guides that are published on Technology Networks.
GAIN WRITING EXPERIENCE
Our editorial team are on hand to help you produce compelling copy.
GROW YOUR PORTFOLIO
Whether you are just starting out as a writer or have years of experience, getting published on an internationally recognised publication like Technology Networks is great for your CV.
GET YOUR NAME OUT THERE FASTER
If you are looking at getting your name in front of a global audience, Technology Networks attracts over 2 million users each year from all over the globe.
BECOME A REGULAR CONTRIBUTOR
If we like how you write and enjoy working with you, there may be an opportunity to join our list of regular contributors. This means more exposure for you and an opportunity to make more cash.
HELP THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
Science is driven by learning, developing and employing new methods, techniques and ideas. Your insight could help someone make the next big breakthrough.