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Information for authors

In the Nature Research press office, we promote research and other content published in our journals. Most of our team are based in London, although we also have press officers in New York and Shanghai, and additional support in Japan, Germany and Dubai. More information about our team is available here and you can contact us on press@nature.com.

We aim to keep authors and their press offices up to date with information regarding their paper, including the publication date and embargo details. If you are an author of a manuscript that has been accepted for publication, we suggest that you contact your press office as soon as you are notified of the acceptance of your paper, as they may be able to help you promote your paper and manage any media enquiries. Please do let them know, however, that the paper remains under embargo until the time of publication. 

We also recommend that authors and their press offices consult the Nature Research embargo policy, and further information can be found in the FAQs below.

My paper has been accepted for publication in a Nature Research journal. When will it be published?
What are Nature Research’s media embargo policies?
When can I inform my institution and funder press office(s) about my upcoming publication?
How does the Nature Research press office promote articles?
How does Nature Research decide which papers are promoted?
Do you have any advice for how I should promote my paper?
How can multimedia boost the promotion of my work?
My press office is producing a press release and would like to use some of the figures/videos from the paper. Are they allowed to do so?
A journalist has contacted me about my as-yet-unpublished paper. How should I respond?
I am presenting my as-yet-unpublished work at a conference – what is Nature Research’s media embargo policy?
I have posted my work on a preprint server – what is Nature Research’s media embargo policy?