Write for us
The Longitude Prize blog exists to share different perspectives of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), as well as to announce prize progress. It is not an exhaustive or unbiased source of AMR news or information, nor a scientific publication. The views presented in each blog represent solely those of the author(s).
We welcome submissions from anyone working on projects, research, public engagement or other activity with AMR as a focus. We also consider posts from individuals affected by AMR, directly or as family members or friends. Posts can be a narrative, a list feature or a photo/video story, and we are open to other suggestions.
If you're interested in submitting an idea for an article, please write to shannon [dot] harmon [at] nesta [dot] org [dot] uk briefly outlining the subject.
Once your idea has been accepted for publication, we ask that you please adhere to the agreed deadline.
When submitting your blog post, please adhere to these guidelines:
- Posts should be 600-1,000 words.
- Posts should be written for a wide audience and avoid jargon or technical language.
- Posts should employ techniques that grab readers' attention, including:
- Include links to other sites, blogs, and partner organisations that you mention. You may also include recommended further reading.
- Please submit your blog post as a Microsoft Word document.
- Please include 2-3 relevant images that show what you’re writing about. These should be at least 600x400 pixels. You may also include video or links to videos. Please always include image attribution so we can credit it properly. By submitting an image you are confirming you have the right to use it.
- Please submit a short bio (1-2 lines) for all authors of the blog post, including job titles and affiliations. Also include the URL of your website and the URL of your Twitter handle, if applicable.
Content on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike licence (CC-BY-NC-SA), which means you can re-post content on other external websites or print it and distribute, as long as you give appropriate credit to the author and original source (Longitude Prize unless otherwise noted). This means that you can write a blog post for us and then re-publish it somewhere else, but you must state that the post originally appeared on the Longitude Prize website. Bear in mind this also means any user can repost and share your content (but should give you due credit). For full details on our content policy please read our terms and conditions.
If you have any questions, please contact shannon [dot] harmon [at] nesta [dot] org [dot] uk, digital content editor.