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#BioSocialAward

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Share your research for an opportunity to win the Taylor & Francis #BioSocialAward

Here’s what to do:

  • Submit to one of the sponsoring journals detailed below

  • If you are accepted and published, share your paper on Twitter using #BioSocialAward and tagging @tandfbiosci

It’s that simple.

What are the benefits of sharing your research on Twitter? By sharing you can:

  • Connect with other academics in your field

  • Ask questions and crowdsource ideas

  • Spread the word about your research

  • Publicize your article, increasing downloads, citations and impact

All articles published in journals sponsoring the Award between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022 are eligible. Scroll down for Terms & Conditions. 

Already published in a sponsoring journal? Get tweeting, and don’t forget to use #BioSocialAward and tag @tandfbiosci!

Biodiversity

Winner to be announced

Tweet about your research using #BioSocialAward and tagging @tandfbiosci.

Submit your study to a sponsoring journal to be in with your chance of winning.

Biodiversity
Publishes international research on ecosystems, including the impact of climate change, conservation management, and other human influence on biodiversity.
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Bird Study
Bird Study publishes papers on field ornithology, concentrating on birds that occur in the Western Palearctic, bird conservation, flight patterns, and ringing.
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Marine Biology Research
Research on biological oceanography: autotroph, heterotroph, benthic and plankton ecology, habitats and biodiversity; biogeography; paleoecology and fisheries.
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Bioacoustics
An international peer-reviewed journal of animal sound communication; examines sound production, hearing, and ontogeny, as well as environmental monitoring.
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Ecoscience
Publishing original work focusing on patterns and processes at various temporal and spatial scales across different levels of biological organization.
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Systematics and Biodiversity
Publishes international research on whole-organism biology, including the systematics of phylogenetics and evolution, and conservation of biodiversity.
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Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research
Publishes forest research from boreal and temperate regions worldwide, including silviculture, bioenergy, remote sensing and entomology.
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Neotropical Biodiversity
Publishes open-access research related to biodiversity within the Neotropics, including molecules, genes, populations, species, and ecosystems.
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Terms & Conditions

What will I win?
The Taylor & Francis #BioSocialAward e-certificate and an article pass for 50 free articles, for use at your discretion, to access any Taylor & Francis content.


Who will win?
The winner will be chosen at random from all Tweets from authors promoting your research published in a sponsoring journal between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022 using the hashtag #BioSocialAward and tagging @tandfbiosci.

What are the rules?
For an opportunity to win this award, you must be a named author on a paper published in one of the sponsoring journals detailed on this page. 
You must be a named author on the specific paper you are promoting.
The paper you are promoting must be published between 1st January 2021 and 30th November 2022.
Tweets posted before 25th February 2022 will not be eligible.   
The Twitter account from which you promote your research must be assigned to you in the name which appears on your authored paper. 
Tweets must feature a link to your article on Taylor & Francis Online, the hashtag #BioSocialAward and tag @tandfbiosci.
Negative interactions or comments by the author will not be eligible.
Please do not tweet the same message multiple times in the same day as this is in violation of the guidelines set out by Twitter.
All tweets must conform to the Twitter Rules. If you are unsure as to what this entails, please refer to: https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules.

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