Today, we are happy to announce the addition of the Drug Repurposing Research Collection on ScienceOpen, which will provide researchers with the latest insights in drug repurposing and support REPO4EU’s mission towards an industry-level European online platform for validated precision drug repurposing.
Chinese science is on the rise, however, Chinese publications face considerable challenges, both structural and cultural, when it comes to communicating science to non-Chinese communities.
The mission of ScienceOpen is to remove these obstacles and open Chinese research to a wider audience.
Currently in beta, we developed Promotional Banners as a tool for our hosted journals but have now rolled it out for all collections on ScienceOpen.
ScienceOpen is constantly upgrading its infrastructure, adding new tools that help both publishers and authors gain more visibility in our discovery network of over 83 million publications.
The mission of the King Salman Center for Disability Research is to foster a global platform for addressing disability through research and empowerment. Its content will now be published alongside 83 million publications on ScienceOpen, allowing people to access cutting-edge research in just a few clicks.
Emirates Scholar joined ScienceOpen in June 2022, gaining access to ScienceOpen network’s global user base and promotional services, as well as its innovative technology, which enables authors publishing in Emirates Scholars’ Journals to easily track article-level metrics such as views, shares, and citations.
Over the last few months, the Emirates Scholar collection has received over 2100 item requests from scholars and ScienceOpen users from 80 different countries.
Happy New Year! I would like to take this moment to personally wish you a successful 2023 and thank you for your support of ScienceOpen over the past year. Each December tends to end in a rush, so I always appreciate the opportunity in the first days of the new year to reflect on what we have accomplished and look forward to the exciting projects ahead.