October was marked by the Frankfurt Book Fair and all the discussions around books, current challenges in digital publishing processes, and innovation in book publishing. It was a great moment for networking and exchanging ideas with publishers from all over the world, and we got the chance to showcase the potential of our network for bridging different publishers and publishing needs together.
Leuven University Press is a mission-driven academic press of international repute. As member of the Association of University Presses and founding member of the Association of European University Presses, Leuven University Press is committed to sustainable and future-proof publishing and publishes books aimed at an international audience of scholars, students, and expert readers.
Fully open-access and peer-reviewed, Decoding Infection and Transmission welcomes infectious disease analyses and data resources, enriching our networks’ multidisciplinary content in all fields of relevance.
Have a look at the new journal collection on our network and explore its scholarship while fully benefiting from our community curation and dissemination tools.
At ScienceOpen, we are committed to matching digital solutions with varied publishing industry needs and, at the same time, addressing these needs and challenges through innovation and partnerships, as exemplified by our recent collaboration with Wachholtz Verlag. For today’s blog, we interviewed Hanno Klöver, editor at Wachholtz Verlag, to delve deeper into their experiences and workflows in the digital age.
We are very excited to highlight our diverse and impressive book content, which has been featured in tens of collections and includes publishers from all over the world.
The SDG publishers compact and its associated programs are bringing us together, and we will be delighted to showcase our innovation and implementations supporting the Agenda 2030 goals at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Come around to our stand (4.0 H66) at the Fair and we would be more than happy to discuss current projects implemented by ScienceOpen that highlight the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our network keeps getting bigger, and soon we will be reaching the 90 million publications milestone. ScienceOpen works with a diverse community of publishers and is a great and useful resource for research in many subjects, including microbiology.
Today, we want to highlight our content in Microbiology and other similar fields of interest which get presented on ScienceOpen through an interactive and innovative discovery infrastructure.
September was a month dedicated to Open Peer Review at ScienceOpen. We just celebrated Peer Review Week and the whole month of September by promoting our solutions, innovation and infrastructure for open peer review and open science.
The Comet Research Group’s publications relating to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis will now be featured in special ScienceOpen collections that will highlight scientific articles and debates within the scientific community about this paradigm-shifting hypothesis.