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Taylor & Francis Group’s flourishing program of full open access journals enables you to make your research freely and permanently available so anyone, anywhere can read and build upon your work. Use the subject area filter below to explore our portfolio of fully open journals and find the best home for your research.

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  1. Acta Oto-Laryngologica Case Reports

    Publishes gold open access case reports of oto-rhino-laryngology and head and neck surgery, detailing remarkable experiences and unique clinical cases.
    Open Access
  2. Adipocyte

    Basic, translational and clinical research on adipose tissue physiology and pathophysiology, related processes and links to hypertension and other conditions.
    Open Access
  3. Advances in Physics: X

    Publishes brief reviews on current interdisciplinary developments between physics and chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering and material sciences.
    Open Access
  4. The Aging Male

    A multidisciplinary journal of male health through aging, including articles on metabolic syndromes, erectile dysfunction, osteoporosis and prostate cancer.
    Partial Access
  5. Alexandria Journal of Medicine

    Publishes international open access research in medical sciences with particular focus on diseases in the Middle East and North Africa.
    Open Access
  6. All Earth

    Formerly Geodinamica Acta, this open access journal publishes across Earth Science fields including multi-disciplinary studies and sound, reproducible research.
    Open Access
  7. All Life

    Focuses on life science research contributing to achieving the goals of 'Zero Hunger,' 'Good Health and Well-being,' 'Life Below Water' and 'Life on Land.'
    Free Access
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