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International Day for Biological Diversity with ScienceOpen 

International Day for Biological Diversity with ScienceOpen 

In this blog post, we highlight biodiversity research available on ScienceOpen in honor of the International Day for Biological Diversity. This research aligns with several UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including Life on Land (SDG 15), Life Below Water (SDG 14), Climate Action (SDG 13), and Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11). Understanding the role and implications of biodiversity is crucial as we balance human civilization and the natural world. 

Current Research on Regenerative Farming on ScienceOpen 

Current Research on Regenerative Farming on ScienceOpen 

Regenerative farming is a holistic approach to agriculture that seeks to restore and enhance ecosystem health while also improving the productivity and resilience of agricultural systems. The core idea is to work with natural processes rather than against them, mimicking the structure and function of natural ecosystems.  

Boost your website’s impact with a ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR 

Boost your website’s impact with a ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR 

Are you seeking to amplify the impact and accessibility of your journal, books, or conference content? If so, have you heard about ScienceOpen’s INTEGRATOR?  

In a nutshell, our INTEGRATOR technology allows you to embed journals, books, or topical collections directly and easily onto your website, thus immediately upgrading the user’s browse and search experience by offering a multitude of search and filter options to simplify the discovery of relevant research.

Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Over the decades, the European Union has evolved into a symbol of unity, peace, and cooperation, transcending national borders, and fostering a sense of European identity. Europe Day serves as a reminder of the values of democracy, human rights, and solidarity that form the cornerstone of the European project. Below is a selection of resources available on ScienceOpen dedicated to European research.

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Celebrating International Workers’ Day with Interdisciplinary Insights 

Celebrating International Workers’ Day with Interdisciplinary Insights 

May 1st isn’t just about spring blooms and picnics; it is about honoring the backbone of our society – the workers. As we honor the contributions of workers past and present, we would also like to emphasize the importance of ongoing scholarly inquiry into the challenges of our current global labor landscape. 

Introducing Horses and Humans Research Foundation on ScienceOpen

Introducing Horses and Humans Research Foundation on ScienceOpen

Horses and Humans Research Foundation (HHRF) is thrilled to announce the launch of a groundbreaking, interactive collection of research articles on horse and human interaction.

This initiative, hosted in collaboration with ScienceOpen, aims to significantly enhance the accessibility and dissemination of research in the fields of equine-assisted services and therapeutic riding.

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Life’s Blueprint: Celebrating World DNA Day 

Life’s Blueprint: Celebrating World DNA Day 

Marking the anniversary of the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure in 1953 and the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003, we are commemorating World DNA Day this April 25th!

We have come a long way since 1953, and today we would like to use this occasion to highlight collections of new and exciting interdisciplinary research that has resulted from the groundbreaking discoveries made about the human genome.

Celebrate Earth Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Celebrate Earth Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Since 1970, observing Earth Day (April 22nd) gives us the opportunity to reflect on our relationship with the planet and the strides we have made in understanding, preserving, and restoring its ecosystems.

ScienceOpen offers a wealth of curated collections covering various facets of environmental science and sustainability. We would like to shed light on some of these efforts by highlighting their dedication to playing a part in our ongoing quest to protect the earth. 

Preprint peer review on ScienceOpen

Preprint peer review on ScienceOpen

A group of industry thought leaders led by ASAPbio recently published a Consensus View on open preprint peer review practices, Recommendations for accelerating open preprint peer review to improve the culture of science. The authors, including ScienceOpen CEO Stephanie Dawson, explore how the growing prevalence of preprints offers an opportunity to reimagine peer review, fostering a culture of more comprehensive and collaborative evaluation processes. Open preprint peer review can enhance accessibility, benefit early career researchers, and streamline evaluation, reducing delays. The authors also address some of the challenges associated with evaluating preprints, and present recommendations for transparent and equitable preprint peer review. 

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