Celebrate with us the countdown towards 2023 with ScienceOpen’s Year in Review.
In the last year, our network has grown to include over 82 million records on ScienceOpen. We invite you to join us in celebrating by following our Year in Review campaign, in which we highlight some of 2022’s most remarkable achievements.
Success Story – PLOS
ScienceOpen remains committed to enriching its network further, on topics that matter, and with an innovative infrastructure that facilitates scientific exchange. PLOS has recently joined our network with a great new collection on Climate Change and Human Health.
The journals welcome research submissions that address all aspects of the intersection of climate and health, from the changing burden of communicable and non-communicable disease to the effects of extreme events on health systems, as well as research that evaluates potential adaptations to build healthier and more resilient societies.
Both journals publish methodologically rigorous work that adheres to the principles of transparency and ethics that are the foundation of trust and progress, and they are currently accepting submissions for a new collection titled “Climate Change and Human Health.”
Visit the collection of Climate Change and Human Health and hit the ‘Submit Manuscript’ button for more details. Make sure to follow the collection and recommend it to peers and stay up-to-date with the newest publications by PLOS.
- Effect of climate change on cerebrospinal meningitis morbidities and mortalities: A longitudinal and community-based study in Ghana
- Including mental health as part of climate change impacts and adaptation assessment: A critical advance in IPCC AR6
- Not what the doctor ordered: Prioritizing transdisciplinary science on climate, environment and health in the Latin American and Caribbean region
- Influence of climate variables on dengue fever occurrence in the southern region of Thailand
Join ScienceOpen in 2023!
We are constantly expanding our network with new tools and services to improve scholarly communication and research dissemination. The collection banners, which can be seen in action in all of the articles in the PLOS collection, are one of our newest promotional tools.