The Journal of Serendipitous and Unexpected Results (JSUR) is an open-access forum for researchers seeking to further scientific discovery by sharing surprising or unexpected results. These results should provide guidance toward the verification (or negation) of extant hypotheses. JSUR has two branches, one focusing on computational sciences and the other on the life sciences. JSUR submissions include short communications (2-4 pages) and full-length papers that discuss interesting and unexpected results encountered during the course of research. Consider a perspective article to complement one of your published journal or conference publications. Submit your work! See our mission statement, contribution types, and guidelines for submission.