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With over 86 million publications, ScienceOpen has become the go-to research and discovery network for many scholars, researchers, and science enthusiasts. On our network you can find everything from articles to books and conference proceedings, posters, and preprints ready to be reviewed in a variety of disciplines.
We welcome this new AboutScience collection and look forward to promoting more cutting-edge open access research as part of our year-long successful collaboration.
AboutScience provides critical knowledge to advance medicine and healthcare by adhering to strict ethical policies that ensure high-quality contributions and equal opportunities for all authors interested in publishing their research.
Welcome to ScienceOpen’s Monthly Digest, where we recap our achievements of the past month and share with you the most recent updates from our network, as well as announce new upcoming exciting collaborations.
Summer has come with great new additions on ScienceOpen and exciting new collaborations. Learn more below and don’t forget to follow us on social media.
Education-related content on ScienceOpen has recently been expanded with the new open access publications from Educational Challenges, the most recent journal to join our network, featuring original research and review articles across all aspects of education.
We are excited to see the collection by King Salman Center of Disability Research enriched with more quality research on disability studies, featured in the collection dedicated to the Journal of Disability Research on ScienceOpen.
The Journal of Disability Research, aims to play a significant role in disseminating disability research, thereby raising broader awareness of related issues. At the same it, it seeks to foster and stimulate innovative lines of research and highlight advancements made in various situations, particularly in mitigating the impact of life-restricting conditions wherever they occur.
Amsterdam University Press is expanding its ScienceOpen collection by adding 6 new journals that cover a variety of disciplines and provide research articles in both English and Dutch.
Join us in welcoming the new journals by Amsterdam University Press and get a chance to explore them one by one on our blog today!
ScienceOpen will support with its full range of discovery services the promotion of scholarly content and will also facilitate the wide dissemination of ROAPE’s mission, bringing more scholars and researchers in contact with this important network.
ScienceOpen users will be able to interact fully with the Journal’s content by bookmarking, recommending and easily sharing their favorite articles, while accelerating progress in various SDGs covered by different issues of the journal.
Healthy oceans and seas are essential to our existence. They cover 70 percent of our planet, and we rely on them for food, energy and water.
And what better way to celebrate Oceans Day, than by exploring research related to SDG 14 – Life below water? Goal 14 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. Join us in exploring SDG14-related research and all the innovative publications and scholarship featured in our network of over 86 million publications.
ScienceOpen joins the global call today on World Environment Day to Beat Plastic Pollution. We have been actively supporting publishers and scientists working towards sustainability, and today we want to highlight research that benefits our communities, the environment and the planet.