Taylor & Francis is committed to working collaboratively and creatively with institutions to drive a sustainable shift toward open access.
We have developed solutions for every aspect of open access publishing. Whatever your need; whatever the subject, our portfolio of imprints and platforms provides a full range of opportunities to enable, enhance and broaden the reach of research and increase its impact.
Discover how our services, policies, and initiatives can help your institution achieve its open access goals.
Our suite of resources is organized around four key themes of open access publishing:
F1000 powers a range of multidisciplinary open research publishing venues that put transparency center stage. The F1000 publishing model combines the speed of pre-printing with editorial rigor, enabling librarians worldwide to connect their research communities with easy routes to open research publishing.
F1000 advocates for making research and research data as open as possible, and as closed as necessary. It maintains a progressive open data policy that supports making open data common practice. The F1000 open data policy aligns (and even goes beyond) major open access policies, including those from the NIH, OSTP, and European Commission.
Make a greater impact with your research by publishing on an F1000 open research publishing venue.
Plus, when researchers choose to publish with F1000, they can choose from a wide variety of different article types to get credit for all aspects of their research project. This includes a range of article types exclusive to F1000 publishing venues, including peer-reviewed Data Notes, Software Tool Articles, and Policy Briefs.