Read & Publish and Open Access: What it means for you
Many researchers throughout Australia and New Zealand are eligible to publish Open Access in our journals at no additional charge. Are you one of them?
CAUL and CSIRO Publishing collaborate to enable Open Access in Australia and New Zealand
Many Australian and New Zealand researchers can now publish research articles as open access in CSIRO-owned journals through new transformative agreements between CSIRO Publishing and CAUL member institutions.
Shifting towards an Open Science future
In recognition of the need for science to be open and accessible, we support various Open Access models and initiatives to help our authors reach the broadest audience for their work.
Curiosity and nanotechnology in environmental chemistry: meet Professor Jamie Lead
In 2020 Professor Jamie Lead joined Environmental Chemistry as it's new Editor-in-Chief. We spoke to him about what inspires him in his work, and how an understanding of nanomaterials is supporting environmental chemistry research.
A Retrospective on the Environmental Chemistry journal with Kevin Francesconi
In 2020, Professor Kevin Francesconi is stepping down as Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Chemistry. We spoke to him about his long history with the journal and what he hopes for its future.
Discovery in the Tropics: Meet the new Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany
In 2020 Professor Darren Crayn became the new Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany. We recently spoke to him about his research and his hopes for the future of the journal as he begins his new role.
Q&A with Dr Aaron Wirsing: New Editor-in-Chief for Wildlife Research
In 2020, Dr Aaron Wirsing joins the Wildlife Research team as Editor-in-Chief. We spoke to him to find out what inspires him and his hopes for the future of the journal.
Reflections of an Editor-in-Chief: Q&A with Dr Daniel Murphy
To celebrate his time as Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany, we spoke to Dr Daniel Murphy about his time working on the journal as he prepares to hand over the role.
Cause for Shell-ebration: Marine and Freshwater Research turns 70
From groundbreaking research to cultivating a sense of family on the Editorial Board, we asked MFR's editors and publishing staff to share their highlights from their time with the journal.