This year ScienceOpen was invited to the SSP to present their latest project, the BookMetaHub, a recently launched platform freely accessible for publishers to import and maintain or create rich metadata sets for their scientific book publications both on a book- and chapter-level to be used for further distribution.
In the last few weeks, in collaboration with our partners, we’ve been promoting themed collections dedicated to the SDGs and the global challenge of Agenda2030, content related to SDGs 3, 7, 8, 15 &16, and opportunities for publishers on ScienceOpen to showcase their content and put it in the context of their SDG of choice, facilitating scientific communication and making science more accessible. Today, we would like to highlight how publishers and researchers may become involved in our campaign and the challenge of achieving Agenda2030’s goals by curating their own SDG research on ScienceOpen.
Emirates Scholar aims to disseminate knowledge about recent scientific developments in the UAE and Gulf Region to the rest of the world by promoting and supporting academic research through article and book writing, translation, conferences, and symposia.
May has been a fantastic month for ScienceOpen, with new journals joining our network and many others expanding their collections.
Let’s have a look at some of the most recent additions to ScienceOpen and remember to follow @Science_Open on Twitter and other social media platforms for the most up-to-date information.
Bloomsbury has one of the largest open access book portfolios, with several hundred titles available through a rapidly expanding programme, committed to evolving as well as adapting to change as the demand for open access increases.
ScienceOpen puts your research in context within a network of 76 million articles, including over 25.000 journals and 29 million authors.
As a relatively new and highly interdisciplinary science, nanotechnology’s rapid development is assisting researchers in their understanding of other sciences, while also facilitating breakthrough technological developments that make our daily lives better, healthier, and safer.
Today, we want to highlight our content in Nanotechnology, with some new journal additions and exciting and innovative scholarly content coming in the next weeks.
JMIR is one of the most agile and innovative medical publishers in the STM digital publishing space. We are thrilled to be working with them to promote their content within the ScienceOpen discovery environment and look forward to an exciting partnership.
Our collections grew bigger in February, and we now have more than 76 million publications on our discovery network.
We are pleased to announce that our book content has grown with the addition of a new collection from Medical Physics Publishing, a nonprofit that publishes books written by and for physicists, medical residents, radiologists, and technologists.