REILLY CENTER REPORTS
Ethics and policy in pace with science and technology
Do you want a high-impact way of getting the results and implications of your research to thought leaders and policy makers? The Reilly Center wants to help by offering scholars a venue through which to reach thought leaders who shape the public reception of science and technology. This includes journalists, policy makers, policy advisors, educators, religious leaders, and others.
Faculty and research specialists author the articles, which blend a timely critique of current literature with recommendations for future thought and action. The Reilly Center Reports does not seek to publish original research, but rather an informed perspective on academic work that could influence science policy. If you want a high-impact way of getting the results and implications of your research to thought leaders, please consider contributing.
We accept abstracts and articles on an ongoing basis.
Download the Call for Reilly Center Reports if you're interested in submitting.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The editorial team seeks scholars to write short (approx. five page) articles that highlight timely issues and dilemmas in their fields of expertise. Articles should be written in non-technical language and be appropriate for direct quotation by journalists and other thought leaders.
Articles submitted to the Reilly Center Reports should:
- Be user-friendly and written in non-technical language.
- Include a list of (at least 3) highlights, or take-away messages.
- Include a list of (at least 5) resources for further reading.
Please consult the Style Guide for RCR Authors before submitting. The editorial team is available to provide feedback to authors during the writing process.
We will consider producing a special issue on one topic. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please contact us with the topic, a list of proposed collaborators, and a short proposal.