We're helping you influence policy this Parliament Week

Do you think your research has the potential to shape policy, but you're not sure where to start? Take a look at our brand new blog from William Kay, a postgraduate researcher who supports others to develop their policy skills and knowledge.

Telling Science Stories: catch up with a recording of the Facebook Live

If you missed our live stream of the keynote session from our Scholarly Summit event given by Liz Neely from The Story Collider, take a look at the pinned post on the Taylor & Francis Group Facebook for a recording. Liz helped us understand the narrative art of telling science stories, demonstrating with examples on how to effectively communicate with non-expert audiences, and increase the reach and impact of scientific research.

Revealing the challenges of co-authorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Our brand-new white paper brings together the experiences of almost 900 researchers globally, and raises important questions on how co-authorship is defined and approached. We explore the prevalence of co-authorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences, the key challenges, and potential gaps in guidance and training.


Journals regularly ‘call for papers’, asking for submissions within particular fields or focused on specific topics. Answering these is a great way to get published, ensuring your research fits a particular journal’s aims and scope. Below are just a few of our latest calls for papers. For a complete list, go to our page, updated every month.


Hive of Knowledge: cultivating a research community

Discover how learned societies, associations, and organisations support individuals at all stages of their careers. Our new collection of stories features scholarship and grant recipients, society officers, and award winners, and explains how these organisations play a crucial role in cultivating a successful research community.


New white paper explores the challenges of co-authorship

How common is co-authorship? What challenges are faced by those who do collaborate? Do researchers receive the guidance and training they need to tackle those challenges? Our survey of Humanities and Social Science researchers working in 62 countries set out to answer these questions.


Influencing policy: a researcher’s perspective

"It is more important than ever that researchers strive to have their voices heard.”  Researcher, William Kay, reflects on the potential links between research and policy.