As the wholly owned trading subsidiary of the Biochemical Society, we are embedded in the global scientific community and are well placed to support the needs and ambitions of researchers.
We are always happy to help and always interested to hear from you – if you have a question or pre-submission enquiry, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At Portland Press we have over 100 years of expertise working with you to share your science and aid your research. And because we gift our surplus back to the Biochemical Society, publishing with us benefits science in more ways than one...
Benefits of publishing with Portland Press
- Your work will be handled by an expert editorial team who care about scholarly publishing
- Rigorous, authoritative and meaningful peer review
- Publication and MEDLINE® listing of your paper within 48 hours of formal acceptance (with exception of our new journals Neuronal Signaling and Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, publishing their first issues in 2017)
- Support for authors at every stage, with a focus on fast and effective processes
- Commitment to research integrity and publication ethics
- Minimized administrative burden, leaving you free to concentrate on your research
- Colour figures are published free of charge
- No submission or page fees
Platform and visibility:
- Improved article discoverability and continued integration with Google Scholar, PubMed and Web of Science
- Regularly published collections of editorially collated articles, ensuring your work is highlighted with appropriate context
- The Biochemical Society has about 7000 members – a tailored and relevant audience for your work
- Our online platform supports toll-free linking to references, and your paper might just be one of these…
- Active Twitter and LinkedIn feeds promote and discuss published content with an audience that is growing fast (join the conversation on Twitter or LinkedIn)
- We offer Open Access options and ensure you meet Open Access funder mandates
- Discounted article processing charges (APCs) for Biochemical Society members, authors at subscribing institutions and authors from low-income countries. Read more about our Open Access policy
- In all cases, authors assign us an exclusive licence to publish; we never ask authors to assign us copyright of their article.
Our journals adhere to COPE and ICMJE guidelines and we have clear, defined policies. Everything you may want to know about our policies on copyright, permissions, archiving and data can be found on our Rights and Permissions page.