April has been a very busy month, with a lot of networking, promoting scholarly excellence, and announcing exciting integrations and technological improvements to ScienceOpen’s infrastructure.
This year, the London Book Fair returned, and it was a wonderful occasion to catch up with old and new friends about topics we care deeply about, such as Open Science and the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals in our network and beyond.
Explore our activities during the month of April through our Monthly Digest.
As new content gets aggregated on a daily basis on ScienceOpen, researchers can combine different search filters and discovery tools to make their own search collection, which can be saved and easily adapted in the future.
ScienceOpen’s Save Search functionality will save you precious time and will make it easier to focus on your research project.
Wachholtz’s interdisciplinary book scholarship will now be promoted in the context of our network in the form of a featured collection, where users and scholars can access high-quality book titles, while also being able to include our extensive multidimensional discovery tools in their research process.
Celebrate with us this new addition and explore the collection in this blog.
We are thrilled to be back in London, and while the ScienceOpen team prepares for some exciting networking events, our blog will highlight the diversity of book scholarships on ScienceOpen in the upcoming days and weeks.
Let’s navigate through our book collections together!
With 46 members in 18 countries, AEUP aims to increase the visibility of member presses and share knowledge and support about scholarly publishing. ScienceOpen will assist AEUP in their mission of knowledge distribution by providing cutting-edge publishing services and facilitating communication between members of the association and scholarly circles in Europe and beyond.
ScienceOpen is pleased to announce a new milestone in the collaboration with Hogrefe, which will promote important research and encourage open scholarly communication in topics related to sustainability. As members of the SDG Publishers Compact, ScienceOpen and Hogrefe are combining efforts to promote research that helps in the acceleration of the SDGs through new collections of SDGs-related research published by Hogrefe.
Thanks to this new collaboration with Thoth, publishers will now be able to create a record on BookMetaHub, send it to Thoth for further enhancement, and then gain access to additional output formats for future export. We are also working on sending data created on Thoth to the BookMetahub, so stay tuned!
The Microbiology Independent Research Journal (MIR Journal) is a new resource for academic researchers and professionals in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry.
ScienceOpen’s has laid out the optimal infrastructure for hosting MIR’s bilingual content, which will be showcased and contextualized among 84 million other publications via its interactive collection infrastructure.
As we bid farewell to the long winter months, ScienceOpen has completed another successful quarter!
Welcome to the March Monthly Digest, in which we want to highlight some of the recent major collaborations and announce exciting book-themed campaigns for the month of April!