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Genetics Research has become part of an exciting collaborative publishing partnership between Cambridge University Press and Hindawi. Genetics Research remains a Cambridge University Press title but will be published and hosted by Hindawi from January 1, 2021 (Volume 103)*. Authors submitting manuscripts after September 1, 2020 are directed to Hindawi's manuscript submission system**. 

Please visit the new website at: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/gr/. All back content, up to and including Vol 102 2020, will remain on Cambridge Core. For further information on this partnership, please click here.

*Cambridge University Press will cease publication on completion of Volume 102 2020. From Issue 1 of Volume 103/ 2021, the Journal is published by Hindawi. 

**All authors submitting a new manuscript after September 1st  should follow the author instructions on Hindawi's submission system.

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Continues Genetical Research (1960 - 2007)
Title history
  • No longer published by Cambridge University Press
  • ISSN: 0016-6723 (Print), 1469-5073 (Online)
Genetics Research is a fully open access journal providing a key forum for original research on all aspects of human and animal genetics, reporting key findings on genomes, genes, mutations and molecular interactions, extending out to developmental, evolutionary, and population genetics as well as ethical, legal and social aspects. Our aim is to lead to a better understanding of genetic processes in health and disease. The journal focuses on the use of new technologies, such as next generation sequencing together with bioinformatics analysis, to produce increasingly detailed views of how genes function in tissues and how these genes perform, individually or collectively, in normal development and disease aetiology. The journal publishes original work, review articles, short papers, computational studies, and novel methods and techniques in research covering humans and well-established genetic organisms. Key subject areas include medical genetics, genomics, human evolutionary and population genetics, bioinformatics, genetics of complex traits, molecular and developmental genetics, Evo-Devo, quantitative and statistical genetics, behavioural genetics and environmental genetics. The breadth and quality of research make the journal an invaluable resource for medical geneticists, molecular biologists, bioinformaticians and researchers involved in genetic basis of diseases, evolutionary and developmental studies.

Editor-in-Chief, Marc Tischkowitz