All Life, a new multidisciplinary Open Access journal, is set to revolutionise how authors – looking to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the world – can publish their research with Taylor & Francis. The journal is to be the home for publishing multidisciplinary reproducible life science research.
Prof. Amar Abderrahmani, Lille University, France, serves as the new Editor-In-Chief of All Life. Led by a team of subject experts, the new journal will utilise the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as the framework to bring together all experts to foster better collaboration and information sharing across the life sciences.
As a fully Open Access journal, it is to serve the ever-growing expansion of multi- and inter-disciplinary research in the life sciences. The 12 sections of All Life will support the UN Sustainable Development Goals ‘Zero Hunger’, ‘Good Health and Well-being’, ‘Life Below Water’ and ‘Life on Land’. According to Liz Marchant, Editorial Director of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences at Taylor & Francis, All Life aims to become “a forum leader for multi-disciplinary research”.
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