Dear New Investigators of EEMGS,

We encourage you to submit your research or review article to the Mutagenesis Special Issue (follow journal’s web for more details) entitled EEMGS New Investigators: rising stars in environmental mutagenesis, dedicated to the work of early career researchers.

What are the benefits?
No need to wait – if accepted, your article will become immediately available online
Showcase your work – your article will be free to view online for the first 3 months
No article processing charges
Publish in a reputed journal within the field of mutagenesis – JCR Impact Factor 3.000; indexed within Scopus, SCIE, CC, PubMed, etc.

Who can submit?
You should be a member of EEMGS NI (i.e., a scientist at an early career stage (maximum equivalent experience of 8 post-PhD years))

Not a member?
No problem. Join us here.

Can I be an author on more than one submitted manuscript?
Sure. There is no limit in number of submitted manuscripts. 

EEMGS New Investigators: rising stars in environmental mutagenesis

What do I need to do?
First, let us know of your intention to submit your manuscript (tentative title and author list) by emailing us at by the 23rd December 2021
Then, submit your article via the Mutagenesis submission site, stating in your cover letter the name of the Special Issue, by the 15th April 2022
But don’t wait for the deadline, get writing today!

Will there be a standard peer review?
Yes. The manuscripts will undergo standard peer review. Manuscripts that meet the quality standards required by the Journal will be published.

Is it free to publish in the SI?
Yes. The papers will be available, free-to-read, online for 3 months. If you would prefer to publish Open Access, then standard fees would apply.