Tag: Research

Editor Spotlight: Leo Zeilig on Editorial Sensitivity, Solidarity, and Making Science More Open

Editor Spotlight: Leo Zeilig on Editorial Sensitivity, Solidarity, and Making Science More Open

Dr. Leo Zeilig is a distinguished writer, researcher, and editor with an extensive background in African politics and history. He has authored numerous biographies of prominent African political thinkers and revolutionaries, in addition to his acclaimed novels, including Eddie the Kid, An Ounce of Practice, and most recently, The World Turned Upside Down. Along with his role as a Research Associate at the Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP) at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, Zeilig serves as editor of the Review of African Political Economy (ROAPE), a radical African-studies journal founded by activists and scholars in 1974 – and available on ScienceOpen.

Introducing Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine on ScienceOpen 

Introducing Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine on ScienceOpen 

New to the ScienceOpen network: Jiangsu Journal of Preventive Medicine is dedicated to disseminating research in preventive medicine, aligned with China’s health policies and public health priorities. The journal provides timely reports on the analysis, diagnosis, treatment, and control of infectious and chronic diseases, addressing issues crucial to both national economy and health. With a focus on promoting communication and the conversion of achievements, the journal is a pivotal resource for practitioners, offering insights into methods of analysis, surveillance, results, patents, and standard interpretation.

Editor Spotlight: Harald Schmidt on Drug Repurposing, Improving Patients’ Lives, and Transparency in Open Science 

Editor Spotlight: Harald Schmidt on Drug Repurposing, Improving Patients’ Lives, and Transparency in Open Science 

A senior medical doctor, pharmacist, professor, and journal founder and editor, Dr. Harald Schmidt has been pioneering the fields of systems medicine and network medicine. His work focuses on redefining diseases based on precise molecular mechanisms rather than just symptoms, which enables more accurate diagnoses and therapies aimed at curing patients. Schmidt is deeply involved in drug repurposing research, which seeks new uses for existing drugs, potentially accelerating the path to clinical trials and patient benefit. This innovative approach and his commitment to open science inspired him to co-found two new journals: Network Medicine and Drug Repurposing.  

Boost your website’s impact with a ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR 

Boost your website’s impact with a ScienceOpen INTEGRATOR 

Are you seeking to amplify the impact and accessibility of your journal, books, or conference content? If so, have you heard about ScienceOpen’s INTEGRATOR?  

In a nutshell, our INTEGRATOR technology allows you to embed journals, books, or topical collections directly and easily onto your website, thus immediately upgrading the user’s browse and search experience by offering a multitude of search and filter options to simplify the discovery of relevant research.

In:  Collections  
Celebrating International Workers’ Day with Interdisciplinary Insights 

Celebrating International Workers’ Day with Interdisciplinary Insights 

May 1st isn’t just about spring blooms and picnics; it is about honoring the backbone of our society – the workers. As we honor the contributions of workers past and present, we would also like to emphasize the importance of ongoing scholarly inquiry into the challenges of our current global labor landscape. 

Introducing Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology 

Introducing Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology 

At ScienceOpen, we recognize the importance of effective knowledge exchange between researchers and clinicians in translating research breakthroughs into real-world applications.

We would like to introduce a new open access journal published through our platform that aims to connect researchers and clinicians in the field of ophthalmology, as well as provide a platform for open and transparent research in vision science: the Clinical Virtual Research Center Journal of Ophthalmology.

Introducing Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science on ScienceOpen

Introducing Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science on ScienceOpen

ScienceOpen is committed to fostering a culture of open and accessible science by promoting the best Open Access research and facilitating knowledge sharing among scientists, clinicians, and laypeople worldwide. We are delighted to announce that the Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science has joined the ScienceOpen network. 

Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science (JAPS) is a monthly open-access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to various disciplines of pharmaceutical and allied sciences.

In:  Research  
Rare Disease Day 2024

Rare Disease Day 2024

Today (February 29th) marks Rare Disease Day, a globally coordinated occasion raising awareness for people living with rare diseases all around the world, as well as their families and carers.

Today, we want to highlight the importance of scholarly research on the diagnosis, care and treatment of those battling rare diseases, while also reiterating our commitment to the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals and progress on SDG3 on Good Health and Well-Being.

ScienceOpen hosting BIO Integration Journal

ScienceOpen hosting BIO Integration Journal

Back in 2020, BIO Integration (BIOI) was a newly created open access journal covering biomedical sciences that got integrated into ScienceOpen’s interactive research and discovery network. In the past years, BIOI has grown to become an international hub for clinicians, academics, and industry professionals in biomedical sciences, and we are happy to announce that the journal is switching its hosting platform from Ingenta to ScienceOpen.

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