Berlin Science Week will bring together inspiring scientists and science enthusiasts to address Health & Wellbeing, Discovering Earth & Space, Societal Trends & Transformations, Art & Science, and other topics.
During October, we at ScienceOpen traveled some more, establishing new partnerships and expanding our network of collaborators, always staying up to date with the most recent innovations in the digital publishing landscape and beyond.
China Occupational Medicine aims to keep up with international development trends, track research hot spots in real-time, and provide academic exchange platforms for occupational disease prevention and control centers, disease control and prevention centers, occupational health supervision departments, environmental protection departments, scientific research institutions, and public health colleges.
It’s been a fantastic quarter for us at ScienceOpen! Conferences, meetings, new collections, new upgrades, and even more upcoming collaborations that we are looking forward to announcing very soon.
Let’s have a look at some of the events that marked September!
Our survey was broad in scope, with the goal of exploring more diverse perspectives and experiences on the advantages and disadvantages of Open Peer Review. We asked about the number of articles our respondents had reviewed, where they published them, and some more specific questions about various aspects of open peer review.
On this blog, we are happy to share the results.
We have a lot of scholarly content available that promotes Sustainable Development Goal 11 and below we want to share a few examples. Don’t forget to join the campaign by using #ExploreSDGs on Twitter and sharing the research you like the most or that is most relevant to you.
Every day around the world researchers turn to ScienceOpen to search for relevant articles, books, and chapters from the 78 million within our discovery environment. Of course, every author and every publisher wants to know, “Who is reading my work?”.
Our technology is always being improved. Publishers and editors can now download usage and geolocation reports from their collection page at any time.
A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is as persistent and stable as an ISBN, but it has the advantage of being easier to use in the online environment because it always resolves to the URL of the digital version of the record (VoR).
In today’s blog, we’ll look at DOIs, their importance in the digital publishing landscape, and some of the advantages of using DOIs for books.
We have previously written on our blog about our content covering fields such as humanities, biology, agriculture, and rare disease research, and today we would like to promote some of the law-related content that has been featured in various topical collections from prestigious university presses, research institutions, and publishing houses.
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.