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Month: November 2019

New Notification System on ScienceOpen: Flexible Way to Stay Tuned

Maki, Neugierig, Halfaap, Kuckuck, Lemur, Lemuren
Source: Photo by (Joenomias) Menno de Jong on Pixabay

We all need to stay informed about what’s new and at the same time we are drowning in e-mail and other notifications. ScienceOpen has, therefore, reorganized its notifications to give every user more options and more flexibility to aggregate notification streams. ScienceOpen notifications let you stay informed of news from ScienceOpen, activity in the collections you follow and other users’ interactions with your ScienceOpen profile. You can also follow the statistics related to your publications or curated collections. In this recent update, the platform was modified both to personalize email preferences and to provide a clear overview of all notifications via the ScienceOpen portal.

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ScienceOpen partners with Brepols Publishers to put European humanities research in a global context

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The research discovery platform ScienceOpen is partnering with Brepols Publishers to integrate two new featured collections in interdisciplinary fields spanning the humanities/science divide into a global and interactive research environment.

ScienceOpen’s partnership with Brepols Publishers – an international academic publisher of research in humanities founded in 1796 – is an important step in ensuring the broadest audience for a greater discoverability of research in humanities.

ScienceOpen’s interactive features such as community curation, article reviews, comments and recommendations benefit the whole scientific community by facilitating public engagement with this scholarly research.

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Renewable Energy Resources on ScienceOpen

Solarenergie, Solaranlage, Solarpanel, Sonnenenergie
Photo by andreas160578 / License: CC Public Domain.

Many eyes are turning to renewable energy as a potential solution for a green future. ScienceOpen supports this growing interest by increasingly integrating green energy research into its discovery environment. With a collection of thousands of open access articles on the science of climate change, ScienceOpen is a valuable platform to stay informed about recent developments in the field of environmental studies. However, understanding the basic science is only the first step. We next need to develop and implement transformative solutions. In this blog post, we want to share several resources on the ScienceOpen platform which push the frontiers of knowledge on renewable energy and its applications.

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