A major goal of microPublication Biology is to accelerate scientific discovery by making all technically sound research results freely open to the public through peer-reviewed publications and accompanying integration with other biomedical information via authoritative databases. This goal also provides researchers with credit for their findings through microPublication citations and indexing.
General types of results suitable for microPublication:
You can include microPublication Biology articles in your Curriculum Vitae.
To avoid confusion with other publications, we recommend that your microPublication articles are included in a separate section with the heading "microPublications".
microPublication submissions are open to all levels of researchers
Whether you are a Principal Investigator (PI), postdoctoral researcher, a current graduate student, or just completed your degree, undergraduate, or work in industry, micropublishing provides a route for you to receive credit for your findings and to get those data that do not fit into full-length articles into the public domain.
Please note that manuscripts need to be approved for submission by the funding-supported PI. PI approval can be entered through the online data submission form on the microPublication Biology site.