I would like to personally thank each and every partner, customer, editor and member of ScienceOpen – everyone who gave us a chance, gave us some feedback and helped us to grow. I hope you will continue to support us as we embark on the next decade of Open Science with ScienceOpen.
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.
A stack of stickers, flyers, and business cards are ready to go. We are blogging from the train this morning on the way to Hannover for the Open Science Festival. It is exciting to be on the road again after years of pandemic lockdowns and Zoom webinars. But we are also happy that some digital conferences in the mix let us be flexible and save carbon.
With this new integration, ScienceOpen helps publishers and funders alike to track the visibility of their outputs on the internet. By adding integration with the Funder Registry for all BookMetaHub users, we can simplify and speed up the process of metadata distribution for publishers and improve discoverability for funders.
ScienceOpen and its discovery environment are here to help you through the various stages of the process by making workflow management easier with a user-friendly interface, cutting-edge discovery tools, and innovative features that aid in the dissemination and communication of your research outputs.
We are celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science with a big thank you to all of the women scientists and academics who contribute to our knowledge of the world.
Welcome to 2022! At ScienceOpen we are looking forward to working with you in the new year. Since I was a kid I loved the new year as a moment to reflect on what I had accomplished and on all the plans that I hoped to realize in the coming months. So it is a great pleasure to share with you some of the highlights from the past year and give a peek at where we are heading.Continue reading “Happy New Year from ScienceOpen!”
Explore over 350 conference posters from all over the world and submit your own to the ScienceOpen Poster collection. By publishing a poster on ScienceOpen you can continue the conversations started at an online or in-person conference, share with a wider audience on social media and get credit for early results. And we have a new reference feature to get you even more visibility!
You can submit your poster through our simple manuscript submission portal by just clicking the “Submit a manuscript” button on the Collection page.
You are required to register on ScienceOpen with a valid ORCID ID before submitting. This is to ensure that you get credit for your work! There is space in the form to further add your affiliation information for the institute where the work was done – don’t forget city and country! This information can be used by others in the SciencOpen portal to ask questions about the research done at a particular institute.Continue reading “Submit a Conference Poster to ScienceOpen”
Discovery infrastructure to let your best content shine
ScienceOpen has released its newest feature to support academic publishers – the ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR. Over 50 customers have chosen to showcase their content in 300+ Collections within the interactive ScienceOpen discovery environment. Each Collection allows content to be explored in dynamic ways that highlight top articles. With the ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR, it is now possible to embed ScienceOpen’s state-of-the-art discovery tools directly into any website with just a few lines of code. This feature can be used for journal websites, book selections, and topical collections by institutions, publishers, or societies.Continue reading “Upgrade your website with the ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR”
The Sustainable Development Goals
At the heart of the United Nations’ ambitious 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These represent a call for action from both developed and developing countries in a global partnership to end poverty and improve health and education for all. The SDGs strive to promote economic growth and development in a way that tackles climate change and preserves biodiversity in our oceans and forests. Increasingly, the academic and publishing communities are coming together to support and promote these ambitious goals. The COVID-19 pandemic has only increased the urgency of awareness and action. ScienceOpen is stepping up.Continue reading “Join us! Community curation for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”