ScienceOpen is pleased to welcome the Tubman Institute and their research into our discovery environment by dedicating a collection to the HTI Journal of African and Black Diasporic Studies/La revue des études africaines et de la diaspora noire, drawing on interdisciplinary insights from a variety of intellectual traditions and appealing to a diverse readership.
BookMetaHub will not only help to build a more open and inclusive publishing ecosystem, but it will also help publishers simplify content management by providing a freely accessible, cutting-edge hub designed for an easier exchange and update of interoperable book and chapter metadata for academic book titles.
As a relatively new and highly interdisciplinary science, nanotechnology’s rapid development is assisting researchers in their understanding of other sciences, while also facilitating breakthrough technological developments that make our daily lives better, healthier, and safer.
Today, we want to highlight our content in Nanotechnology, with some new journal additions and exciting and innovative scholarly content coming in the next weeks.
GeoGeo, sponsored by Ocean University of China and Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology (Qingdao), aims to become a fully free open access journal that provides the best possible service to the scientific community and society.
Join us for this lively session and spread the word to your colleagues and fellow publishers!
JMIR is one of the most agile and innovative medical publishers in the STM digital publishing space. We are thrilled to be working with them to promote their content within the ScienceOpen discovery environment and look forward to an exciting partnership.
Our collections grew bigger in February, and we now have more than 76 million publications on our discovery network.
We are pleased to announce that our book content has grown with the addition of a new collection from Medical Physics Publishing, a nonprofit that publishes books written by and for physicists, medical residents, radiologists, and technologists.