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A study in @NatureNeuro shows that the preference for sugar over sweetener in mice depends on gut neuropod cells. Akin to other sensor cells, neuropod cells swiftly communicate the precise identity of stimuli to drive food choices. go.nature.com/3FtLMPB
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Congratualtions to our colleagues at @NatRevPsych on publishing their first issue!
📢 OUR FIRST ISSUE IS LIVE!📢 We've got Reviews & Perspectives on 👉misinformation 👉cognitive training 👉face-to-face social interaction 👉personality & psychopathology Plus our first editorial introducing our aims, Comments, and Research Highlights! nature.com/nrpsychol/volumes…
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Since January 2021, we and our sister journals, including @Nature, have enabled authors of accepted primary research articles to choose to publish under a ‘gold’ #OpenAccess model, where the final version of a paper is made freely available immediately upon publication.
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In this scenario, the cost of publication is covered by an Article Processing Charge (APC) paid at the time of publication. The APC for Nature Neuroscience in 2022 is €9,500/US $11,390/£8,290.
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This change is intended to be a complete transformation; the Nature Portfolio journals are committed to continuously increasing open access uptake, with the aim of transitioning to a fully open access model for primary research articles when there is sufficient demand.
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This transition reflects our broader commitment to open science and our desire for the content we publish to be widely accessible. It also aligns with strong demand from the scientific community.
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Open access publishing is advantageous to authors and to society as a whole. More importantly, open access publishing is the right thing to do.
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We are enthusiastic about this transition, but we want to be clear that editors receive no financial or professional benefit when authors opt for open access publishing, and that it plays no role in our editorial decision-making.
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We understand that for many investigators, it will not yet be feasible to pay the APC from their grant funds. The subscription option will remain available for these authors. Our aim is to ensure that lack of funds is never a barrier to publishing with us.
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The landscape of science communication is changing, and NN is changing with it. We feel strongly that our work — curating our content, working with authors to develop papers, and providing an appealing and highly visible final product — benefits the neuroscience community.
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We look forward to making articles in our journal available to many more readers in the years to come.
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🥳 Please join us in welcoming Karli Montague-Cardoso (@NeuroKMC) to the Nature Neuroscience editorial team! Karli will be filling in for Rebecca Wright, who is on maternity leave, handling neurdegeneration, neuroimmunology, and cellular and molecular neuroscience in general.
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Happy new year! Our January issue is now live! go.nature.com/3EZsl12
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