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When you publish with Elsevier, you are part of a wide community with all the benefits that can bring

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With Elsevier’s communication channels, you can keep up-to-date with your publications, new discoveries in your field, and hot topics in the community. You can also make sure your views are heard on the issues that are important to you and see how we respond to your feedback.

Authors' Update

Authors' Update is an online resource to keep current and future journal authors in touch with the latest industry and Elsevier developments, as well as offering practical advice on how to get published and get the best impact for your work. It also provides information on the support and training available to you. The comment function at the bottom of each article provides a valuable forum for you to share your views, stories or examples of best practice with your peers.

Postdoc free access program

For scholars who recently received their PhDs and currently do not have a research position, we are pleased to offer unlimited complimentary access to Scopus and all our journals and books on ScienceDirect for up to 12 months (conditions apply).

Join the Publishing Lab

At Elsevier, we are constantly looking for new ways to improve the way we publish in order to enhance the overall experience for researchers. Having direct input and feedback from the scientific community is essential to ensure we develop tools and services that researchers find important and useful.

As a member of the Publishing Lab, you will be able to directly influence the development of these experiments and will play a pivotal role in shaping the tools for a new generation of researchers.