Every day around the world researchers turn to ScienceOpen to search for relevant articles, books, and chapters from the 78 million within our discovery environment. Of course, every author and every publisher wants to know, “Who is reading my work?”.
Our technology is always being improved. Publishers and editors can now download usage and geolocation reports from their collection page at any time.
Join us for this lively session and spread the word to your colleagues and fellow publishers!
Our collections grew bigger in February, and we now have more than 76 million publications on our discovery network.
ScienceOpen highlights the importance of research in the advancement of care, treatment, and drug discovery for rare diseases by bringing the most recent discoveries from different publishers in this field.
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 January’s monthly digest, where we provide you with the most recent updates on new publishers and journals that have joined our platform, as well as brand new collections that may support researchers and editors in their scientific work.
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.
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In the giving spirit of the holidays, we wanted to take this time to make you aware of some ways you could support open access publishing around the world! If the last two years have shown us anything, it is that we are all very connected and dependent on one another.
We work with several truly inspiring nonprofits who accept donations to help them in their endeavors to develop their continents’ research infrastructure and foster open access. Each organization has a resource or contact for you to find out specifically how your contribution is being used. Below we have given a description of the organization and links to donate through. Additionally, we have just become the hosting platform for Pluto Journals who have switched to being a fully open access publisher. Their membership programme may interest you as a way to support one of their journals, which cover a wide variety of social justice matters. Moreover, all of these institutions’ research supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through their respective missions.
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Highlighting Sustainable Development Goals Research in December
In the same spirit as last December, we will count down to the new year by highlighting research on the platform that supports each United Nations Sustainable Development Goal. Through the year, we have had some great additions to the platform regarding the SDGs, and so we are going to highlight research on the SDGs again this year to include the new Collections that perhaps you haven’t had the opportunity to explore yet.
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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.
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