Author: Kat Kordas

Preprint peer review on ScienceOpen

Preprint peer review on ScienceOpen

A group of industry thought leaders led by ASAPbio recently published a Consensus View on open preprint peer review practices, Recommendations for accelerating open preprint peer review to improve the culture of science. The authors, including ScienceOpen CEO Stephanie Dawson, explore how the growing prevalence of preprints offers an opportunity to reimagine peer review, fostering a culture of more comprehensive and collaborative evaluation processes. Open preprint peer review can enhance accessibility, benefit early career researchers, and streamline evaluation, reducing delays. The authors also address some of the challenges associated with evaluating preprints, and present recommendations for transparent and equitable preprint peer review. 

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Space research on ScienceOpen

Space research on ScienceOpen

The International Day of Human Space Flight is observed annually on April 12th and commemorates the first human space flight by Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. This day celebrates the remarkable achievements of human space exploration, emphasizes the vital role of space science and technology in fostering innovation, as well as reaffirms the importance of utilizing outer space for peaceful endeavours and for addressing global challenges on Earth. 

In anticipation of the International Day of Human Space Flight, we wanted to highlight some of the space research available on the ScienceOpen platform.

Introducing Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology 

Introducing Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology 

At ScienceOpen, we recognize the importance of effective knowledge exchange between researchers and clinicians in translating research breakthroughs into real-world applications.

We would like to introduce a new open access journal published through our platform that aims to connect researchers and clinicians in the field of ophthalmology, as well as provide a platform for open and transparent research in vision science: the Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology.

Ansaq from Qatar University Press joins ScienceOpen

Ansaq from Qatar University Press joins ScienceOpen

ScienceOpen is delighted to announce that we have extended our partnership with Qatar University Press (QUP), a publisher that produces high-quality, cross-discipline academic content that advances knowledge and aims to open up the global discourse. Following the successful launch of four previous journal collections from QUP, we are happy to announce that another journal from QUP has joined the ScienceOpen network.  

With the integration of Ansaq Journal into our platform of over 92 million records, readers from all around the world can now explore its diverse interdisciplinary scholarship in the humanities.

Introducing Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science on ScienceOpen

Introducing Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science on ScienceOpen

ScienceOpen is committed to fostering a culture of open and accessible science by promoting the best Open Access research and facilitating knowledge sharing among scientists, clinicians, and laypeople worldwide. We are delighted to announce that the Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science has joined the ScienceOpen network. 

Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science (JAPS) is a monthly open-access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to various disciplines of pharmaceutical and allied sciences.

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New issue from the Journal of Disability Research now on ScienceOpen 

New issue from the Journal of Disability Research now on ScienceOpen 

ScienceOpen maintains its dedication to broadening scholarly horizons and promoting socially responsible research. One of the foremost collections that embodies this commitment is the Journal of Disability Research from the King Salman Center for Disability Research.  

Today, we want to showcase some of the newest publications from the Journal of Disability Research collection to the ScienceOpen discovery platform.

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Humanities and Social Sciences Research on ScienceOpen 

Humanities and Social Sciences Research on ScienceOpen 

At ScienceOpen, we are committed to promoting cutting-edge, transparent, and socially responsible research across languages and disciplines. While our platform was originally based primarily in the natural and physical sciences, in recent years our portfolio has greatly expanded and our network now also includes excellent research from the arts, humanities, and social sciences

In today’s post, we are excited to showcase collections from the ScienceOpen platform that cover scholarship from various facets of the humanities and social sciences. 

Celebrating books at the London Book Fair 2024 

Celebrating books at the London Book Fair 2024 

In light of the upcoming London Book Fair, we would like to highlight the diverse book content available on ScienceOpen. With over 9.7 million scholarly book records in our network, ScienceOpen provides cutting-edge technology and book publishing solutions to institutions, independent publishers, university presses, and researchers. If you will be attending the London Book Fair and would like to meet with our team to learn more about our services, contact Stephanie Dawson or Stuart Cooper for a face-to-face meeting. 

Below is a selection of the diverse and multidisciplinary book content on ScienceOpen spanning STEM, Social Sciences & Humanities and topics such as UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 

Celebrating International Women’s Day 

International Women’s Day was established to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It is a day to recognize the progress made towards gender equality, while also acknowledging the work that still needs to be done. At ScienceOpen, we are committed to celebrating International Women’s Day by honouring the spirit of empowerment, equality, and inclusivity and promoting scientific research related to the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5: Gender Equality. 
This International Women’s Day, we would like to shine a spotlight on the wealth of research on ScienceOpen that is dedicated to addressing issues faced by women globally and committed to advancing gender equality worldwide.

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