2nd and LAST Call for articles submission, with financial support from NEUBIAS, on its F1000R Gateway

Dear all,

After the successful 1st Open Call for Papers whose output Open Access Articles are available here (with still a few to come out imminently),

NEUBIAS is happy to announce the 2nd and LAST Call for Papers on the F1000R NEUBIAS Gateway for a limited number of original articles presenting research results/methods/software on topics of bioimage analysis.

As part of its final dissemination action, the NEUBIAS COST Action CA15124 will support the article publication charges of those selected papers.

NEUBIAS will aim to support articles distributed between three categories:

  • Short Articles (up to 1000 words)
  • Medium Articles (up to 2500 words)
  • Opinion/perspective Articles (Medium Format or, exceptionally, longer formats)

Check here for Articles guidelines, types and formats.

To apply to this call

  1. :writing_hand: Fill this form before the 10th of January, 2021

  2. :white_check_mark: :x: Your proposal is evaluated by the Advisory Board of the Gateway

  3. You will be notified on, or before, 17th of January, 2021.

  4. :white_check_mark: :moneybag: Upon acceptance by the Advisory Board, and prior to the submission of your full manuscript, NEUBIAS will waive the publication charges in direct communication with F1000R. Full articles are expected to be submitted no later than the 1st of March, 2021.

Schedule overview

18th of December 2020: this Call opens.

10th of January 2021: this Call closes. NO EXTENSION

17th of January 2021: Notification of decision of NEUBIAS’ support.

January-February 2021: Accepted authors write and submit their contributions.

1st of March 2021: Deadline for submitting the full version of your article to the NEUBIAS F1000R gateway. NO EXTENSION

Please reply to this thread if you have any questions regarding the open call.

For more general questions related to the F1000R NEUBIAS Gateway, please post here.

Best greetings,

on behalf of the F1000 NEUBIAS Gateway advisory board