Open Physics

Inclusivity

IOP Publishing endorses the goal of equal opportunity to influence the direction of physical science. We will support broader inclusivity by:

Achieving parity of opportunity for any researcher to become an author, reviewer or editorial board member across our publications

Supporting researchers based in lower-income economies to publish physical science openly in an IOP Publishing journal at a reduced or waived article publication charge (APC)

Ensuring all IOP Publishing editorial staff receive training related to diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias

Committed to diversity and inclusion

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We believe that diversity and inclusion is integral to our commitment to open science

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Access

IOP Publishing endorses the goal of universal access to research in the physical sciences

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Inclusive publishing options

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We publish a number of journals that evaluate submissions based on the methodological rigour rather than novelty or impact, including our new open science journal

IOP SciNotes

Delivering inclusive peer review

A number of our journals offer the choice of single or double blind review

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Widening participation in peer review

We provide support for anyone interested in becoming a reviewer, with dedicated guidance and recognition for reviewers and the choice to add yourself to our reviewer network

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Recognising early career researchers

We recognise the important contribution of early career researchers through initiatives such as the NJP Early Career Award

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Transparency

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IOP Publishing endorses the goal of maximising reproducibility and trust in the physical sciences

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