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#CellSciAward

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

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 #CellSciAward 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 #CellSciAward and tag @tandfbiosci!

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

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

All Life
Focuses on life science research contributing to achieving the goals of ‘Zero Hunger,’ ‘Good Health and Well-being,’ ‘Life Below Water’ and ‘Life on Land.’
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Channels
Channels publishes papers on ion channel research, ion transporter/exchanger function, biophysics, pharmacology and regulation in health and disease.
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Autophagy
Autophagy publishes research on autophagic processes, to advance understanding of the connection between autophagy and human health and disease.
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Autophagy Reports
Covering autophagic processes, the connections between autophagy and various aspects of human health and disease including cancer, neurodegeneration, aging, diabetes, myopathies and heart disease.
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RNA Biology
Journal publishing cutting-edge research into RNA including RNA sequencing, bioinformatics, structural biology, transcription and splicing.
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Adipocyte
Basic, translational and clinical research on adipose tissue physiology and pathophysiology, related processes and links to hypertension and other conditions.
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Cell Adhesion & Migration
Research on cell-cell and cell-microenvironment interaction: biology, pathology, fusion/intercalation, immune synapse formation, axon growth and biomaterials.
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Nucleus
Focuses on cell biology and nucleus structure, transport and dynamics, chromatin organization, subcellular organelles, DNA damage repair, RNA processing.
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Small GTPases
Publishes papers on GTPase proteins, regulators/effectors and emerging approaches, such as systems biology, biophysics, advanced imaging and bioinformatics.
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Terms & Conditions

What will I win?
The Taylor & Francis #CellSciAward 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 #CellSciAward 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 #CellSciAward 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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