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.
ScienceOpen is happy to collaborate with publishers and scientists that support SDG 01 from all over the world and today we want to highlight research featured in our network which is dedicated to Sustainable Development Goal 01: No Poverty.
Explore SDG01 on ScienceOpen!
ScienceOpen is teaming up with Altmetric™ to provide rich alternative metrics for REPO4EU’s Open Science publishing portal Drug Repurposing Central.
As a member of the REPO4EU consortium, ScienceOpen will provide the technology and run the Drug Repurposing Central publishing portal.
Content from both journals, as well as other Eleven-related scholarship, will now be indexed in the form of an interactive collection, where ScienceOpen users and scholars can gain quick access to the scholarship and take advantage of our extensive discovery and promotion services.
Explore Eleven on ScienceOpen and make sure to share and recommend your favorite titles!
We are thrilled to be back in London, and while the ScienceOpen team prepares for some exciting networking events, our blog will highlight the diversity of book scholarships on ScienceOpen in the upcoming days and weeks.
Let’s navigate through our book collections together!
ScienceOpen is pleased to announce a new milestone in the collaboration with Hogrefe, which will promote important research and encourage open scholarly communication in topics related to sustainability. As members of the SDG Publishers Compact, ScienceOpen and Hogrefe are combining efforts to promote research that helps in the acceleration of the SDGs through new collections of SDGs-related research published by Hogrefe.
The Microbiology Independent Research Journal (MIR Journal) is a new resource for academic researchers and professionals in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry.
ScienceOpen’s has laid out the optimal infrastructure for hosting MIR’s bilingual content, which will be showcased and contextualized among 84 million other publications via its interactive collection infrastructure.
The mission of NJTE is to publish high-quality research and the most recent technological developments in the fields of Engineering, Engineering Technology.
Articles from NJTE, will be embedded in our network of over 84 million publications, and benefit from our wide range of dissemination and promotion tools, gaining access to new audiences and scholarly communities all over the world.
Nano-Horizons will present African research perspectives and developments in nanotechnology while also adding significant innovative research outputs from the University of South Africa’s (Unisa) on our network, research which will also reflect UNISA’s engagement and main role as Africa Chair in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
The journal is currently accepting Mini Reviews, Articles, Short Communications, Reports, and Express Letters in topics related to Nanoscience and researchers interested in this topic can submit a paper to the journal directly through ScienceOpen. Stay up-to-date with Nano-Horizons, follow the collection and check their call for papers and guidelines for submissions on the collection page.