University of Cambridge partnership
The University of Cambridge holds a central invoicing agreement with Frontiers. This means the University of Cambridge will cover article publishing charges for eligible authors affiliated with the university who wish to publish in any Frontiers journal.
Discover how we publish at Frontiers. If you’re ready to publish, check out our author guidelines for everything you need to know about the submission process, from choosing a journal to preparing your manuscript.
The power of open access
As one of the world's leading open access publishers, we believe in the transformative power of open science. Articles published with us are free and permanently accessible worldwide - so anyone can benefit from the discoveries, not just a selection of researchers.
Your article will be freely and permanently available immediately after publication, ensuring maximum reach, impact, and visibility.
More scientists can read the results of your research, including the wider public unable to access the information because they lack a subscription.
Open access improves the quality of your research through open, transparent, and reproducible practices made available to a global audience.
Are you a researcher at the University of Cambridge?
Frontiers works with research institutions, libraries, consortia and funders to improve support for researchers publishing open access. We work to:
reduce administrative time for authors and institutions by centralizing communications and streamlining submission and payment workflows.
release authors from some/all responsibility for article publishing charges (APCs) - contact your institution or librarian for full details.
simplify the submissions process to ensure authors are able to submit their work quickly and easily with step-by-step support.
Are you eligible?
To be eligible under the partnership you need to ensure:
an affiliated University of Cambridge author is the corresponding author.
the corresponding author uses their University of Cambridge email address.
the paper acknowledges a research grant from: UKRI, Wellcome Trust, Cancer Research UK, or British Heart Foundation.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Not an affiliated University of Cambridge author?
We collaborate with over 700 institutions across the world. If you want to join them, tell your librarian about Frontiers institutional plans - just submit our recommendation form.
To learn more about our institutional plans, visit our institutional partnerships page.