Researchers are often pushed to publish their work in high impact journals, but we must not forget that regional journals are as important, despite their low profiles. Sometimes, research findings that may initially seem internationally insignificant could revolutionise future theoretical and experimental developments around the globe. Equally, basic regional science out of scope for high profile journals is important to local communities and so it needs a home. Our journal prides itself on publishing a range of types of research communication and on rigorous standards of peer-review. We have a long history and are cited internationally – recognition which we want to continue for many decades to come. In 2022, we are particularly excited about our plan to feature an Early Career Researcher (ECR) section in the 131st volume of the Proceedings. We want to promote up-and-coming talent and provide an open access avenue for those who have had limited experience publishing in peer-reviewed journals. – Dr Justyna Miszkiewicz, Honorary Editor.
Call for Papers
Papers are now invited for the 2022 annual edition of the Proceedings of The Royal Society of Queensland. All enquiries about the suitability of a manuscript should be directed to the Honorary Editor, Dr Justyna Miszkiewicz, via editor AT royalsocietyqld.org.au. Before submitting, please consult the 2022 Guide to Authors. More details in the Call for Papers. Deadline for receipt of manuscripts in time to be printed in the 2022 print edition is 1 July 2022, but manuscripts can be accepted at any time and will be published online as soon as they have survived peer review and revision.
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