Is Nature Biotechnology peer reviewed?
Nature Biotechnology is a peer reviewed scientific journal published monthly by the Nature Research. The chief editor is Andrew Marshall who is part of an in-house team of editors. The focus of the journal is biotechnology including research results and the commercial business sector of this field.
What is an editorial decision?
The journal editor or editorial board considers the feedback provided by the peer reviewers and arrives at a decision. The following are the most common decisions that are made: accept without any changes (acceptance): the journal will publish the paper in its original form.
How long does nature review take?
How long did it take: “My paper took more than a year from submission to acceptance. The wait that felt the longest was the two months’ delay between submission and the initial comments. A typical timeline for my field is about one to two weeks for editorial decisions and two to three weeks for referee comments.
What is the difference between under review and under consideration?
3 answers. Under review means the application is being viewed by hiring manager. Under consideration means after they have reviewed all application they have narrowed the candidates (very strong possibilities) to those with the best skills set and experiences that fit the job requirements.
Why are papers rejected?
The reasons for a paper being rejected once it has been reviewed fall mainly into two categories: (1) problems with the research; and (2) problems with the writing/presentation of the paper. A paper may be rejected because of problems with the research on which it is based.
Does nature still publish letters?
From now on, all our research content will also be published in the ‘Article’ format; the shorter, ‘Letter’ format has been retired. Fans of our Futures articles should not mourn: the journal’s science-fiction series continues online.
How much does it cost to submit to nature?
Scientific journal publication fees in US dollarsJournalFee in USDSource, Retrieval datePNAS1700estimate of average PNAS ’09PNAS2900estimate of average PNAS ’09Nature Communications5700 ’14; up >$2000 since ’09!Cell Reports5200 ‘1914