In this event, Publishing Editors from some of the Royal Society's biological sciences journals will introduce the journals and take any questions about publishing with us (or publishing in general). This will be of particular interest to researchers working in animal behaviour, ecology, environmental sciences, evolutionary biology, genetics, neuroscience, and related fields. 
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Date and Time
Tuesday, November 16, 2021 4:00 PM 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm GMT+0
Speakers Helen Eaton

Helen Eaton is the Senior Commissioning Editor for Philosophical Transactions B, a journal publishing themed issues across the biological sciences. 

Surayya Johar

Surayya Johar is Publishing Editor of Biology Letters, a journal that publishes short research, review and opinion piece articles in all areas of biology including but not limited to the evolution and ecology of whole organisms, and other areas such as molecular ecology and evolution, environmental science and phylogenetics.

Shalene Singh-Shepherd

Shalene Singh-Shepherd is Senior Publishing Editor for Proceedings B, the Royal Society’s flagship research journal publishing outstanding research and high quality reviews. It considers submissions in all areas of biology, including ecology, environmental science, systems biology and evolution.

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