Tag: ScienceOpen

New collections from PLOS now on ScienceOpen! 

New collections from PLOS now on ScienceOpen! 

At ScienceOpen, we are committed to amplifying research that matters and fostering long-lasting partnerships with publishers who are changing the world. We are excited to announce two exciting additions to our network: PLOS Global Public Health and PLOS Climate. Both journals were launched in 2021 and promote cutting-edge, responsible, and transparent research on public health and climate change.

ScienceOpen is excited to promote these important journals within our discovery environment with attractive journal landing pages. ScienceOpen will support PLOS in growing the author base for the two journals, as well as help increase their discoverability to a broad audience of researchers and stakeholders alike.  

Author summaries: Increase discoverability with ScienceOpen

Author summaries: Increase discoverability with ScienceOpen

At ScienceOpen, we recognize that the challenge is not just conducting and publishing groundbreaking research but also ensuring that it is accessible to other researchers and understandable to a broader audience. With our author summary feature, we make it possible for researchers to increase the discoverability of their work, share their findings with a lay audience, facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration, boost search engine visibility of their research, and increase the citability of their findings. 

Love Methods Week at the Berlin Institute of Health #LoveMethods24

Love Methods Week at the Berlin Institute of Health #LoveMethods24

Accessible and reusable data is an important part of open science practice. However, to be able to share and build on data, we first need to generate it. Ensuring that the methods used to generate research data are transparent, clearly documented, reproducible, and reusable is an equally crucial element of the scientific process. Standardized and reproducible research methods not only facilitate the generation of reliable data but also contribute to the overall transparency and credibility of scientific research. Join ScienceOpen in celebrating Love Methods Week and promoting open, reusable, and easily verifiable methods.

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Discussing the role of SDGs in digital publishing at the APE Conference

Discussing the role of SDGs in digital publishing at the APE Conference

The SDGs aim to promote economic growth and development, and for a long time, ScienceOpen has been assisting various publishers with their publishing projects centered on the SDGs and topics of sustainability.

Topics related to the promotion of SDGs in digital publishing will be touched upon at the upcoming APE Conference and we are looking forward to meeting many publishing partners promoting innovation that supports sustainable development in the next two days.

In:  Collections  
Success Stories of 2023 – Pluto Journals

Success Stories of 2023 – Pluto Journals

ScienceOpen provides space and services to Pluto and many others to promote their content, from open access hosting solutions to enriched metadata and promotional packages to custom-tailored publishing environments.

Celebrate with us the countdown towards 2024 with ScienceOpen’s Year in Review.

In:  About SO  
ScienceOpen’s #WorkInPublishing

ScienceOpen’s #WorkInPublishing

ScienceOpen provides cutting-edge technology as well as a variety of publishing solutions and services to institutions, independent publishers, university presses, and researchers.

Today we highlight developments and products of our platform, which is supported by specialists with distinguished academic careers and publishers from all over the world who have trusted ScienceOpen with their #WorkInPublishing.

ScienceOpen’s Monthly Digest – October 2023

ScienceOpen’s Monthly Digest – October 2023

October was marked by the Frankfurt Book Fair and all the discussions around books, current challenges in digital publishing processes, and innovation in book publishing. It was a great moment for networking and exchanging ideas with publishers from all over the world, and we got the chance to showcase the potential of our network for bridging different publishers and publishing needs together.

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Celebrating 10 years of ScienceOpen

Celebrating 10 years of ScienceOpen

I would like to personally thank each and every partner, customer, editor and member of ScienceOpen – everyone who gave us a chance, gave us some feedback and helped us to grow. I hope you will continue to support us as we embark on the next decade of Open Science with ScienceOpen.

6 new journals by Amsterdam University Press on ScienceOpen

6 new journals by Amsterdam University Press on ScienceOpen

Amsterdam University Press is expanding its ScienceOpen collection by adding 6 new journals that cover a variety of disciplines and provide research articles in both English and Dutch.

Join us in welcoming the new journals by Amsterdam University Press and get a chance to explore them one by one on our blog today!

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Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen:  #1 No Poverty

Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen:  #1 No Poverty

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!

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