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The Royal Society publishes high quality, peer-reviewed journals covering all scientific disciplines, including computational biology. This is part of our charitable mission in relation to the dissemination, discovery and preservation of scientific findings and ideas. We offer you a range of services including rapid publication, rigorous peer review, international recognition and the option of open access publication. All our journals are compliant with funder mandates (such as Plan S). Visit our stand or

Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world, publishing in 70 languages and 190 countries. Find out how we make the highest-quality academic and professional content available around the globe.

eLife transforms research communication to create a future where a global community of researchers produces open and trusted results. Independent, not-for-profit and supported by funders, we improve the way science is practised and shared.

We aim to review studies that use computational methods, models and software to provide biological insights in all areas of the life sciences.

To read the computational biology research reviewed by eLife, visit