Cell Reports will place particular emphasis on shorter, single-point stories, called Reports. This journal is a high-profile, open-access place to publish intriguing, cutting-edge material that describes one or two key findings. These Reports are not meant for preliminary findings that are not well supported by the data, but they should represent a significant advance in the field that will drive further research and perhaps even raise more questions than they answer.
CellReports includes a section for Resources, which describe significant technical advances and/or major informational data sets.
Open access means that readers will have immediate and unrestricted access to all papers published in Cell Reports. Authors will retain full copyright for their articles and can choose to publish their work in Cell Reports under Creative Commons licenses.
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