Technology Networks is happy to receive and publish* content that falls within the categories outlined below, provided it is relevant to the fields we cover.
Contributed articles must align with the editorial style of the publication and must fall within the scope of Technology Networks’ scientific communities. To be considered for publication the article needs to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Article up to 1,250 words in length and no less than 750 words
- US English should be used
- Up to five images/figures/tables can be included. Please supply these in the highest possible resolution
- Please credit any images, figures and/or tables used and include captions to provide context to the reader
- Company and product mentions are not permitted
- Please divide the piece into at least three subsections with descriptive subheadings
- Content must be original, meaning it should not be published anywhere else
- We will not provide gratuitous backlinks
- References may be hyperlinked or in a numbered reference list, or a combination of the two as appropriate
Numbered references should be listed in full at the bottom of the piece and should appear in AMA format.
Specific referencing examples can be found here.
We are happy to assist throughout the process, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Technology Networks accepts press releases that focus on the latest research, product developments/launches and scientific business news. Submissions can be made via our contact us page.
Have you made a breakthrough in your research or simply have a great story to tell? If so, please get in touch as we might be interested in interviewing you for one of our original pieces.
Industry insights – presented in either a Q&A or article format – are a great way to highlight key trends, challenges, opportunities and technologies. If you have a specific topic you would like to highlight, or would like to become a regular contributor, please get in touch.
Scientific videos can be uploaded directly to our dedicated video site, LabTube.tv.
Technology Networks accepts posters that have been presented at a scientific conference or symposium. Submissions can be made directly via ePosters, the online library of scientific posters.
*Publication of all submitted materials is subject to approval by Technology Networks' Editorial Team.