Write an article. Promote your work and get noticed!
Splice welcomes researchers to contribute interesting content that other researchers would enjoy reading during their break or over a cup of coffee. If you have good writing skills and would like to share your research and opinion with our readers, fill out the article submission form below and we will make sure that your work becomes visible to thousands of people who follow Splice.
What does a Splice article look like?
The article should be written in English. It should be between 500 and 1000 words long and should contain at least one image that you have permission to distribute. The article should preferably be divided into paragraphs and be properly formatted (bold, bullet points, headings, quotes). Please provide all the necessary references and links that should be published along with the article. The contribution should be written in a way that a non-expert would understand. If the article relates to existing published scientific papers, please provide references to them together with links in the text. We also encourage you to express your own opinion on the topic, presuming it is based on factual information and is not offensive, defamatory or in any other way inappropriate.
All contributions to Splice should also: – be based on credible scientific insight and be factual – contain references to relevant studies, explanations, and sources – be current and up-to-date at the time of submission – not be of a commercial nature or in other ways misleading (transparency) – be written in formal English – structured and formatted – proofread – link to relevant video content (optional*)
What topics do we accept?
Topics should be related to Life Sciences or Bio-IT (i.e. molecular biology, genetics, bioinformatics, omics, medicine, etc.). Not sure if your topic is interesting for the Splice community? Send us an e-mail at with the title and a brief description of the topic and a short bio about yourself!