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The most important skill a scientist needs, after the skills needed to execute a study, is the ability to report their scientific endeavours in the written form. Indeed, there is no point in conducting research if one cannot articulate new scientific knowledge. The aim of this workshop, presented by the editors of three international neuroscience journals, is to inform on what happens to a paper once the ‘submit’ button is pressed. We will discuss what editors consider when deciding whether to review a paper, what we expect from reviewers, the importance of contributing to the peer review process, and ethical and reproducibility issues around publishing scientific papers.