ScienceOpen has released a Collection of COVID-19 research that highlights rigorous, peer-reviewed articles by reputable journals and publishers within the rapidly growing coronavirus knowledge base. Almost two dozen publishers have already participated in ScienceOpen’s initiative, bringing together 1000s of articles and enabling better discovery for the research community.
ScienceOpen offers powerful filters for enhanced discovery and interactive tools to recommend, review and share research. Publishers can create unique collection landing pages for their coronavirus-related content within the context of thousands of preprints and articles aggregated from around the world.
Sharing research data and findings
This collection is part of efforts by ScienceOpen, a signatory of the Wellcome Trust Statement, to make peer-reviewed information available as rapidly as possible, allow publishers to collect all relevant publications together, and support discoverability and accessibility during this crisis.
In order to assist the COVID-19 information campaign and support ScienceOpen users in their search for relevant information, the interactive Super Collection already includes selected research articles from the following scholarly publishers:
AfricArxiv | AIP Publishing | American Chemical Society | Annual Reviews | Emerald | Future Science Group | Hindawi | IEEE | IOP Publishing | JAMA Network (American Medical Association) | Karger Publishers | Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. | MDPI | The Microbiology Society | PLOS | The Royal Society | Wiley
Follow https://www.scienceopen.com/collection/Coronavirus for more publisher Collections in the coming days and weeks. Stay safe everyone!
A note from ScienceOpen
We sincerely thank all the publishing institutions who are working hard to make expert-vetted content available to the research community and the public. Rigorous peer review, both pre- and post-publication, is particularly critical in this time of rapid advancement, so we are very happy to be able to highlight the efforts of academic publishers.Stephanie Dawson, ScienceOpen CEO