The mission of NJTE is to publish high-quality research and the most recent technological developments in the fields of Engineering, Engineering Technology.
Articles from NJET, will be embedded in our network of over 84 million publications, and benefit from our wide range of dissemination and promotion tools, gaining access to new audiences and scholarly communities all over the world.
To increase the scientific rigor, transparency and reproducibility of the research outputs published, a collaboration with SciCrunch will provide SciScore reports for all manuscript submissions.
The interactive portal Drug Repurposing Central will become a hub for high-quality open access drug repurposing research publications.
Nano-Horizons will present African research perspectives and developments in nanotechnology while also adding significant innovative research outputs from the University of South Africa’s (Unisa) on our network, research which will also reflect UNISA’s engagement and main role as Africa Chair in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
The journal is currently accepting Mini Reviews, Articles, Short Communications, Reports, and Express Letters in topics related to Nanoscience and researchers interested in this topic can submit a paper to the journal directly through ScienceOpen. Stay up-to-date with Nano-Horizons, follow the collection and check their call for papers and guidelines for submissions on the collection page.
The number of articles indexed on ScienceOpen is rapidly approaching 85 million. ScienceOpen works with a diverse community of publishers and is a great and useful resource for research in many subjects and interdisciplinary fields of research.
Today, we want to highlight our content in disciplines related to Finance and Economy, encompassing different book and journal collections, with some new additions from exciting publishers recently added on ScienceOpen.
Fast, free and easy! ScienceOpen has been publishing open access conference posters for years with over 500 posters currently accesible on the platform.
We recently added a new editor to the poster collection. Nur Atmaca, ScienceOpen’s newest Editorial Assistant, will review your work before publication, and in no time, you will have access to a variety of tools that will boost your digital profile. After the poster is published with a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license and a Crossref Digital Object Identifier (DOI), researchers can easily share the published poster on social media and track usage on the article page.
To commemorate the impact of Ukrainian research and the importance of initiatives like ours in supporting the work of researchers and Ukrainian scholars, we interviewed Oksana Shevchuk, Professor at the I.Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University, about the current situation for researchers, the challenges they face, and how researcher communities around the world can assist researchers or research institutions in Ukraine.
If you have research relevant o the SDG5 already published on ScienceOpen, don’t forget to add the SDG5 in the keywords, for your research to be featured in ScienceOpen’s SDG 5: Gender Equality Collection.
If you want to learn more about ways how ScienceOpen can promote your SDGs research, get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer all your questions.
Welcome to February’s Monthly Digest, where we highlight some of the new additions on ScienceOpen as well as the most current infrastructure improvements.
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Unser BookMetaHub wurde als ein frei nutzbares Tool konzeptualisiert, welches akademischen Verlagen dazu dienen soll, Buch- und Kapitelmetadatensätze über eine leicht zugängliche Benutzeroberfläche zu kreieren und zu bearbeiten. Diese können im Anschluss, vollständig upgedatet für das Indexieren in digitalen Umgebungen und gemäß den Empfehlungen zu Best Practises, in aktuellen Standards für BITS XML und Crossref-kompatiblen XMLs exportiert werden und zur vereinfachten (Re-)Registrierung der Datensätze genutzt bzw. zur (Re-)Distribution an weitere Plattformen, A&I Dienstleister geschickt werden.
Hierzu wurde auf dem Hub eine Infrastruktur angelegt, die es Herausgeber_innen erlaubt, einen eigenen Workspace einzurichten und ggf. über wenige Klicks verlagsintern Kolleg_innen einzuladen, um gemeinsam Metadaten zu bearbeiten.
In 2021 we were awarded the BMBF grant and launched the new platform in Beta one year later with basic upload, enhance, and export functions. Since then we have been on a steep learning curve, not least thanks to our publishing partners willing to test and share feedback about the platform and its functionalities with us.
We are excited to announce the final release of our BookMetaHub and to take stock of its full functionality and latest additions in today’s blog.