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Information for press and public information officers

In the Nature Research press office, we promote the 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 provide a free service to notify press and public information officers about upcoming Nature Research journal papers from researchers at their organisations. If you would like to be added to our database of press officers from institutions and funders to that we can notify you of upcoming research from your organisation, please contact us on press@nature.com.

Our team issues regular embargoed press release mailings about upcoming content in the Nature Research journals. We also work closely with press officers from our authors’ institutions and funders to ensure that research published in our journals is communicated effectively and responsibly. If you plan to promote an article that will be published in a Nature Research journal, please do contact us on press@nature.com. We would be happy to provide information about publication timing, and answer any questions about media relations or the Nature Research embargo policy. We don’t need to review institutional press releases, but can host them, along with any additional multimedia available for media use, on this password-protected press site as an additional resource for journalists.

Further information can be found in the FAQs below.

In which locations are Nature Research press office staff based?
Which journals are part of the Nature Research portfolio?
What are Nature Research’s embargo policies?
When does the embargo on Nature Research papers end?
I am a press or public information officer (PIO); how can I sign up to receive notifications of upcoming Nature Research papers?
How can I update my contact details in your press officer database?
When do you send out notifications about upcoming papers?
Why didn’t I receive a notification for a paper from my organization?
How long does it take for a paper to be published after acceptance?
Can the publication date be changed?
What are the differences between online publication and issue publication?
How does the Nature Research press office promote articles?
I am a press officer; can I sign up to access the Nature Research site and receive your press releases?
Can you distribute my press release about an upcoming Nature Research article?
Can you host images and videos relating to Nature Research content for media use?
Can I use a figure from the paper or a supplementary information video in my press release?
Do you post foreign-language press releases about Nature Research papers?
When can I send out an embargoed press release about a Nature Research paper?
When can I post my press release on EurekAlert and other restricted-access embargoed journalist resource sites?
Can I send my researcher’s Nature Research paper to journalists?
What is Nature Research’s embargo policy for work posted on preprint servers?
What is Nature Research’s embargo policy for work being presented at a scientific meeting?