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.
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.
Our accomplishments over the past year and goals for 2024 are only possible with the support of all our members, authors, editors, customers, and staff. Thank you!
REPO4EU is a Horizon Europe project aimed at establishing a European Platform for Drug Repurposing with global reach. ScienceOpen is a proud member of the REPO4EU consortium and actively supports the dissemination of knowledge and know-how in order to achieve the best potential results in drug repurposing.
As we approach the new year, we would like to wrap up our #YearInReview campaign, where we have highlighted some of the most successful collaborations of 2023, which will serve as inspiration for our work in the coming year and future partnerships in 2024.
We are slowly wrapping up our campaign featuring Success Stories of 2023, and today’s success story is our collaboration with Hogrefe.
Hogrefe is a major scientific publisher of articles in English and German, that cover many areas of psychology, psychiatry, nursing, public health and medicine,
Today’s success story: The Environment and Society Collection by the Rachel Carson Center and the White Horse Press.
The Environment and Society Collection is a collaborative collection created by the Rachel Carson Center in Germany and the White Horse Press in the United Kingdom and it highlights on our network of 90+ million publications the research results of an international project that is aiming to rethink the interactions of environments and societies from a multidisciplinary and global perspective.
In 2023, the JDR collection on ScienceOpen kept growing by regularly adding new quality content that features both empirical work and theoretical framing, all embedded in the multidisciplinary discovery network of ScienceOpen. ScienceOpen is happy to support JDR with discovery and promotion solutions, as well as management of their peer review system.
Let us celebrate open science and open peer review today by revisiting the Comet Research Group and the research on comets and the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis by CRG on ScienceOpen.
The Comet Research Group aims to find evidence about comet impacts and raise awareness about them before the next impact.
Celebrate with us and follow our Year in Review campaign, where we present some of the most remarkable accomplishments of 2023.
Zoonoses was established in 2021 as a gold open access, peer-reviewed journal for research scientists, physicians, veterinarians, and public health professionals. It benefits from ScienceOpen’s hosting services as well as the contextualization among 90 million publications.