The SDG publishers compact and its associated programs are bringing us together, and we will be delighted to showcase our innovation and implementations supporting the Agenda 2030 goals at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Come around to our stand (4.0 H66) at the Fair and we would be more than happy to discuss current projects implemented by ScienceOpen that highlight the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our network keeps getting bigger, and soon we will be reaching the 90 million publications milestone. ScienceOpen works with a diverse community of publishers and is a great and useful resource for research in many subjects, including microbiology.
Today, we want to highlight our content in Microbiology and other similar fields of interest which get presented on ScienceOpen through an interactive and innovative discovery infrastructure.
September was a month dedicated to Open Peer Review at ScienceOpen. We just celebrated Peer Review Week and the whole month of September by promoting our solutions, innovation and infrastructure for open peer review and open science.
The Comet Research Group’s publications relating to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis will now be featured in special ScienceOpen collections that will highlight scientific articles and debates within the scientific community about this paradigm-shifting hypothesis.
Today DOAJ turns 20 years old, and we want to celebrate this anniversary and years of collaboration with open-access publishers and journals that value the power of diversity in scholarly communications!
Drug Repurposing Central is now live and accepting submissions of preprints and articles on drug repurposing, as well as abstracts for the upcoming RExPO Conference.
In just a few simple steps, you can highlight your research in the publishing central and take part in the discussions revolutionizing the way we approach drugs.
In a thought-provoking blog post, Adam Mastroianni (Columbia Business School) recently stated: “There are two kinds of problems in the world: strong-link problems and weak-link problems.” For weak-link problems, ” the overall quality depends on how good the worst stuff is”. (1) To fix them, we need to eliminate the weakest links or make them stronger. That’s why we have strict quality standards for food. Nobody wants to die because they picked the wrong tuna sandwich off the shelf!
Science, on the other hand, is a strong-link problem, Mastroianni argues: “In the long run, the best stuff is all that matters. The bad stuff doesn’t matter at all.”
In this guest blog, Sebastian Alers debates and analyzes some recent attitudes on science and peer review, in an attempt to call and draw attention to the importance of community-driven evaluation of research quality and impact.
Leiden University Press is a choice for academic quality and worldwide distribution. ScienceOpen is happy to support Leiden University Press in their mission and provide the right digital infrastructure for indexing and promoting their high-quality book scholarship.
Leiden University Press focuses on several subject areas, including Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, History, Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, Literary Studies, Language, Media Studies, Security Studies and more.
Our technical infrastructure can be easily adapted to different projects and solutions, supporting the dissemination and promotion of project results, and helping with recognition and networking, within the digital publishing environment.
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ScienceOpen is proud to partner with various publishers who have such a focus, and in today’s blog, we want to highlight research and research collections on our network that promote mental health and well-being.
For more content on mental health and well-being, hit the search button on our home page and tailor the research based on your needs and scholarly profile.