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Brain Health and Prevention: World Brain Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Brain Health and Prevention: World Brain Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Today, July 22nd, is World Brain Day! Responsible for memory, language, emotion, sensation, motor skills, and much more, the human brain is the most complex organ in our bodies. ScienceOpen offers access to a vast collection of research in neuroscience, psychology, behavioral studies, and other adjacent fields. Below we will highlight some of our featured collections which are dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research that drives our understanding of the brain forward, ultimately paving the way for new treatments and promising technologies to combat disease and neurological conditions.  

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World Population Day on ScienceOpen  

World Population Day on ScienceOpen  

World Population Day, observed annually on July 11th, emphasizes global population challenges and their profound impact on health and well-being worldwide. This year’s theme, “To Leave No One Behind, Count Everyone,” highlights the critical importance of accurate data collection in understanding societal challenges, improving global health outcomes, and driving progress. 

Launch of the Inaugural Edition of Drug Repurposing on ScienceOpen

Launch of the Inaugural Edition of Drug Repurposing on ScienceOpen

The first edition of Drug Repurposing has been launched on ScienceOpen. The co-editors-in-chief Harald Schmidt and Hermann Mucke present this new journal as one dedicated to research on the innovative field of drug repurposing. Drug repurposing is a field that finds new therapeutic uses for existing drugs, enhanced by systems and network medicine.  

The Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology – Now Available on ScienceOpen 

The Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology – Now Available on ScienceOpen 

We are delighted to introduce The Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology (JABB) to our platform – an open-access journal that aims to connect researchers and practitioners in the fields of biology and biotechnology, providing a transparent and open research platform. 

Introducing Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine on ScienceOpen 

Introducing Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine on ScienceOpen 

New to the ScienceOpen network: Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine is dedicated to disseminating research in preventive medicine, aligned with China’s health policies and public health priorities. The journal provides timely reports on the analysis, diagnosis, treatment, and control of infectious and chronic diseases, addressing issues crucial to both national economy and health. With a focus on promoting communication and the conversion of achievements, the journal is a pivotal resource for practitioners, offering insights into methods of analysis, surveillance, results, patents, and standard interpretation.

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International Day for Biological Diversity with ScienceOpen 

International Day for Biological Diversity with ScienceOpen 

In this blog post, we highlight biodiversity research available on ScienceOpen in honor of the International Day for Biological Diversity. This research aligns with several UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including Life on Land (SDG 15), Life Below Water (SDG 14), Climate Action (SDG 13), and Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11). Understanding the role and implications of biodiversity is crucial as we balance human civilization and the natural world. 

Current Research on Regenerative Farming on ScienceOpen 

Current Research on Regenerative Farming on ScienceOpen 

Regenerative farming is a holistic approach to agriculture that seeks to restore and enhance ecosystem health while also improving the productivity and resilience of agricultural systems. The core idea is to work with natural processes rather than against them, mimicking the structure and function of natural ecosystems.  

Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Over the decades, the European Union has evolved into a symbol of unity, peace, and cooperation, transcending national borders, and fostering a sense of European identity. Europe Day serves as a reminder of the values of democracy, human rights, and solidarity that form the cornerstone of the European project. Below is a selection of resources available on ScienceOpen dedicated to European research.

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