Month: January 2024

Love Methods Week at the Berlin Institute of Health #LoveMethods24

Love Methods Week at the Berlin Institute of Health #LoveMethods24

Accessible and reusable data is an important part of open science practice. However, to be able to share and build on data, we first need to generate it. Ensuring that the methods used to generate research data are transparent, clearly documented, reproducible, and reusable is an equally crucial element of the scientific process. Standardized and reproducible research methods not only facilitate the generation of reliable data but also contribute to the overall transparency and credibility of scientific research. Join ScienceOpen in celebrating Love Methods Week and promoting open, reusable, and easily verifiable methods.

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Spotlight on Education: Celebrating International Day of Education with ScienceOpen 

Spotlight on Education: Celebrating International Day of Education with ScienceOpen 

January 24th marks the sixth International Day of Education, a day proclaimed by the United Nations to highlight and celebrate the role of education in peace and minimizing inequalities. The day recognizes access to education as a human right.

We believe that the principles of open and accessible science closely align with the goals of the International Day of Education. We would like to reaffirm the importance of open science, collaboration and the democratization of knowledge in breaking down barriers to information and fostering a culture of learning and discovery.  Here, we would like to use this day to feature some of the journals and publishers from our collection that feature education-related research, advocating for inclusive and quality education worldwide.

ROAPE Journal finds new Open Access home with ScienceOpen 

ROAPE Journal finds new Open Access home with ScienceOpen 

The Review of African Political Economy (ROAPE) is a scholarly journal that serves as a critical platform for examining political, economic, and social issues across the African continent.  Since 1974, ROAPE has provided critical examinations of trends, issues, and social processes in Africa through a broadly materialist lens. ROAPE’s publications have played a crucial role in creating a significant platform that supports ongoing efforts for racial, gender, and economic equality in Africa. As the journal celebrates its 50th anniversary, we are delighted to announce that ROAPE is switching from a subscription-based model formerly hosted on the Taylor & Francis platform to complete Open Access now fully hosted and published on the ScienceOpen platform.

ScienceOpen hosting BIO Integration Journal

ScienceOpen hosting BIO Integration Journal

Back in 2020, BIO Integration (BIOI) was a newly created open access journal covering biomedical sciences that got integrated into ScienceOpen’s interactive research and discovery network. In the past years, BIOI has grown to become an international hub for clinicians, academics, and industry professionals in biomedical sciences, and we are happy to announce that the journal is switching its hosting platform from Ingenta to ScienceOpen.

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Discussing the role of SDGs in digital publishing at the APE Conference

Discussing the role of SDGs in digital publishing at the APE Conference

The SDGs aim to promote economic growth and development, and for a long time, ScienceOpen has been assisting various publishers with their publishing projects centered on the SDGs and topics of sustainability.

Topics related to the promotion of SDGs in digital publishing will be touched upon at the upcoming APE Conference and we are looking forward to meeting many publishing partners promoting innovation that supports sustainable development in the next two days.

REPO4EU is on tour!

REPO4EU is on tour!

REPO4EU is a Horizon Europe project aimed at establishing a European Platform for Drug Repurposing with global reach. ScienceOpen is a proud member of the REPO4EU consortium and actively supports the dissemination of knowledge and know-how in order to achieve the best potential results in drug repurposing.