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Anthropocenes—Human, Inhuman, Posthuman and other new collections from the University of Westminster Press!

Welcoming the University of Westminster Press

We are pleased to announce the University of Westminster Press (UWP) as the most recent university press to partner with ScienceOpen! We are delighted to be partnering with UWP, just after the enthusiastically received launch of their global interdisciplinary journal, Anthropocenes—Human, Inhuman, Posthuman. Together, we have released five new collections of UWP publications that comprise entirely open access articles and books from a wide array of subjects including: the social sciences and humanities, science and technology, and communications. Explore content from each UWP collection that we have showcased for you below!

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ScienceOpen enters strategic partnership with AfricArXiv

Berlin, Germany & Cotonou, Benin

ScienceOpen and AfricArXiv are partnering to provide African researchers with accelerated visibility, networking and collaboration opportunities.

The research and publishing platform ScienceOpen provides services and features relevant for publishers, institutions and researchers alike, including content hosting, context building, as well as discoverability features.

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In the quest of open science: university publishing on ScienceOpen

Books, Library, Knowledge, Tunnel, Many, Circle

Just two weeks ago, ScienceOpen celebrated a new a partnership with Vilnius University Press (VUP) and Liverpool University Press (LUP), which brought to ScienceOpen a number of additional collections in humanities, social and life sciences. In doing so, they joined our portfolio of collaborations with university publishers such as UCL Press, University of Huddersfield Press, Tsinghua University Press, Ternopil National Medical University and FZ Jülich.  In this blog post, we want to focus on university presses and how our platform can assist them in bringing science closer to being easily accessible, open and transparent.

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