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Publish your poster on ScienceOpen

Publish your poster on ScienceOpen

Fast, free and easy! ScienceOpen has been publishing open access conference posters for years with over 500 posters currently accesible on the platform.

We recently added a new editor to the poster collection. Nur Atmaca, ScienceOpen’s newest Editorial Assistant, will review your work before publication, and in no time, you will have access to a variety of tools that will boost your digital profile. After the poster is published with a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license and a Crossref Digital Object Identifier (DOI), researchers can easily share the published poster on social media and track usage on the article page.

COVID-19 resources on ScienceOpen: Find and share research outputs

Collection on COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2 research

ScienceOpen has released an automatically updating Collection on the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), currently integrating over 500 articles. In order to speed up the research cycle, articles that have not yet undergone peer review (flagged as “preprint“) are included and clearly flagged. This Collection is a go-to resource for science on this new disease, as content from many publishers and authors can be found on a single landing page and filtered using our search and discovery tools.


Minimizing the obstacles for knowledge dissemination: Publish conference posters and preprints

We want to support those researchers affected by conference cancellations as result of COVID-19You can share your research results now by uploading your poster to ScienceOpen. This is a free service that is always and everywhere accessible and indefinitely available to use as open access without paywalls or other limitations. 

The unique advantage of having a poster on ScienceOpen is that they immediately become available to community curation – fellow researchers can review and comment your work, creating a discussion and a feedback loop that are such a welcome part of live poster sessions.

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