Progress in environmental genetics, along with the growth in genetic testing, has great potential for improving human health. Genetics evoke certain responses to the environment but our environment also triggers changes in gene expression and activity. Environment and experiences play a large role in how genetic features are displayed. It is clear that both impact how we develop as a whole. Identical twins raised by different parents will remember their upbringing as remarkably similar, suggesting a genetic component to a child's response to their parents. Articles on environmental genetics are published free of cost and readers have to pay in order to read these articles. The journal believes in quality of articles published rather than quantity. The journal publishes quality articles in open access which increases visibility and readership and spreads knowledge among a wider population.