Why publish in The FEBS Journal?
The FEBS Journal publishes high-quality full-length papers and reviews, with particular focus on biochemistry, molecular biology, structural biology and cell biology. We work hard to make publishing with the Journal as quick and straightforward as possible, offering:
A fast and fair review process
• All submissions are evaluated in depth by a scientific editor with expertise in your field.
• Editorial decisions are made within 7–10 days. Referee comments are returned a month after submission.*
• 84% of accepted papers undergo just a single round of revision.*
• The average time from submission to acceptance is just 97 days.*
• Accepted articles are available online 4–5 days after formal acceptance.*
* Data from all papers submitted in 2016
Hassle-free publishing and great accessibility
• Initial submissions can be made in any format.
• There are no publication charges of any kind. We don't levy colour figure charges or page charges.
• Review articles are freely accessible immediately on publication.
• All content is freely available after one year.
• We offer open-access options via OnlineOpen.
High visibility of published papers
• Each issue of the Journal contains only ~10 research papers, meaning your work will stand out from the crowd.
• We work with Wiley's dedicated press team to ensure maximal visibility of exceptional papers.
• Published papers are publicised via FEBS' and Wiley's active social media accounts.
Support for early career scientists
• The FEBS Journal Poster and Talk Prizes (€100–€200 cash prize).
• The FEBS Journal Richard Perham Prize (€1000 cash prize).
- State-of-the-Art Reviews
- Discovery-in-Context Reviews
- Structural Snapshots
- All Free Review Content
- Editor's Choice
- Minireview Series
- Special Issues
- Virtual Issues
- Press Releases from The FEBS Journal
- The FEBS Journal Richard Perham Prize
- The FEBS Journal Talk and Poster Prizes
- FEBS Congress abstracts
- Our Special Issue on Malaria is out!
Check out these excellent reviews and primary research articles covering the latest advances in malaria research
- Our Special Issue on Proteases and Proteolysis in Health and Disease is out! Check out these excellent reviews that cover a broad range of topics in this field
- The winner of the 2017 Richard Perham Prize has been announced - congratulations to Sebastian Bittner of University Hospital of Regensburg, Germany! Read his winning paper.
- Check out our Special Issue on CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing!
Nine free reviews cover topics from the initial discovery of CRISPR in bacteria to designing guide RNAs...
- The FEBS Journal Special Issue on Cell Death Control is out!
The thirteen specially commissioned reviews from experts in the field cover a broad spectrum of topics.