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Success Stories of 2023 – The Environment and Society Collection

Success Stories of 2023 – The Environment and Society Collection

Today’s success story: The Environment and Society Collection by the Rachel Carson Center and the White Horse Press.

The Environment and Society Collection is a collaborative collection created by the Rachel Carson Center in Germany and the White Horse Press in the United Kingdom and it highlights on our network of 90+ million publications the research results of an international project that is aiming to rethink the interactions of environments and societies from a multidisciplinary and global perspective.

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Success Stories of 2023 – Zoonoses Journal

Success Stories of 2023 – Zoonoses Journal

Celebrate with us and follow our Year in Review campaign, where we present some of the most remarkable accomplishments of 2023.
Zoonoses was established in 2021 as a gold open access, peer-reviewed journal for research scientists, physicians, veterinarians, and public health professionals. It benefits from ScienceOpen’s hosting services as well as the contextualization among 90 million publications.

Welcoming Decoding Infection and Transmission on ScienceOpen

Welcoming Decoding Infection and Transmission on ScienceOpen

Fully open-access and peer-reviewed, Decoding Infection and Transmission welcomes infectious disease analyses and data resources, enriching our networks’ multidisciplinary content in all fields of relevance.

Have a look at the new journal collection on our network and explore its scholarship while fully benefiting from our community curation and dissemination tools.

Promotional Banners on ScienceOpen – Try it out now!

Promotional Banners on ScienceOpen – Try it out now!

Currently in beta, we developed Promotional Banners as a tool for our hosted journals but have now rolled it out for all collections on ScienceOpen.

ScienceOpen is constantly upgrading its infrastructure, adding new tools that help both publishers and authors gain more visibility in our discovery network of over 83 million publications.