Authorea Releases 8,249 Journal Templates for Researchers

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Authorea helps researchers write, cite, and publish research documents online with a new library of journal templates.

Authorea (, the online collaborative editor for researchers, today released 8,249 journal style templates, allowing researchers to format and submit scientific content to virtually any scholarly journal.

With the addition of these templates, Authorea enhances the leading platform for researchers to create and format scholarly documents online. Instead of spending valuable hours tinkering with citation styling and guidelines, Authorea allows researchers to output research works in the correct format with the click of a button. The most popular writing formats for scientific content, including richtext, markdown, and LaTeX, are also supported.

“We’re pleased to deliver over 8,000 journal template styles to our users,” said Authorea CTO Nathan Jenkins. “With these templates, the authors know that they’re always exporting to the correct citation outlined by the journal. This is an important step to accelerate scientific publishing and to make it easier to submit scientific contributions to publishers.” Jenkins added: “Using Authorea templates, scholarly authors will save precious time which they can devote to research rather than formatting citations and references.”

Authorea is advancing Open Science through tools that make it easy to write, cite, and publish scientific research. Authorea may be used to write journal articles, essays, grant proposals, problem sets, and blog posts. Articles may then be edited collaboratively, hosted, and published on the platform. Authorea offers free unlimited access to any researcher writing Open Access work, and offers optional private plans for researchers writing privately.

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