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ScienceOpen offers next-generation indexing and marketing services for publishers. Please contact us for more information.

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Start your own research collection or promote your journal with us!

For Researchers

Make an impact and build your research profile in the open with ScienceOpen

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“It is a great pleasure to work on cooperation with ScienceOpen. We are happy to have entered our 18-months trial for three of our very successful scientific journals. The very positive results of this trial speak for themselves and we are looking into options to continue our cooperation. ScienceOpen is very successfully putting Open Access into practice by benefitting from well established OA-services such as PMC, integrating all facettes of it into one platform and create a trusted open scientific environment not only for authors but also for all other stakeholders in the communities. It is Open Science consequently thought through and ScienceOpen has a great future.”

Frauke Ralf, Thieme
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“River Publishers worked with the ScienceOpen team to get several of our international journals indexed in the ScienceOpen database, and the results are proving to be very productive. The service which SO provided was excellent.”

Mark de Jongh, River Publishers

“By indexing articles in ScienceOpen we put our authors’ research in a wider context and hope to increase the readership and discoverability of our journals.”

Sam Bruinsma, Brill

“As we publish more and more, discoverability, aggregation, and indexing remain important in the digital publishing landscape. Working with ScienceOpen has been a pleasure in this respect, allowing us to ensure that high-quality, open-access humanities research material reaches the broadest audiences.”

Professor Martin Paul Eve, Birbkeck, University of London and co-CEO of the OLH

We at Magnificat CLM are proud to belong to the strong, global movement for openness in science and academe, of which ScienceOpen is a crucial instance. Grateful that SO took us in its stride towards a future of collaboration for boundless research.

Prof. Rosanna Cantavella, Magnificat Cultura i Literatura Medievals

We are excited about joining ScienceOpen with our ‘Journal of Insects as Food and Feed’. It is a very young journal in a field buzzing with opinion and debate, and we are really curious to see how ScienceOpen will help generate attention and traffic.

Mike Jacobs, Wageningen Academic Publishers

We need to get informed about Climate Change

Climate change needs open science

We are in the midst of a global information and knowledge crisis. Access to scientific research has never been more important to provide the basis for debates on critical issues such as climate change, global health, and renewable energies.

At ScienceOpen, we want to play our part here. We have built an automatically updating research collection on climate change for anyone and everyone. It has almost 7,500 research articles, each of which are Open Access. This means they are freely available for anyone to read, re-use, and share without restriction!

Collection statistics – growing every day!

The collection already has 80,000 views, demonstrating the power of our collections features, and joins more than 150 others so far on ScienceOpen!

You can sort all articles in the collection by date of publication, average user rating, Altmetric score, citations, and read count. If you want to refine your search further, plug in some key words, and choose to sort by relevance. There are also 17 additional filters in the drop down menu, helping you to really zero in on essential research.

Depending how you sort all this research, you get a great choice of articles:

Continue reading “We need to get informed about Climate Change”  

Enhanced article impact with MyScienceOpen

Last week, we were pleased to announce the launch of our new professional networking platform, MyScienceOpen.

Fully integrated into our article archive of 32 million article records, and combined with our extensive researcher toolkit, MyScienceOpen is the only research networking platform you will ever need!

Now, this is not just another researcher profile. This is the researcher profile. Why have one profile for your research usage, another for you article records, another for your science communication activities, another to record your peer reviews, another for searching for research, and another for tracking citations and Altmetrics? It’s exhausting!

MyScienceOpen brings you all of these features into one platform. We make this even easier by leveraging the power of ORCID to make integration, tracking, and activation of your research one seamless process. All it takes is the click of a button!

Discover a new way to enhance your research

At ScienceOpen, we recognise the difference between discoverable and discovered. With more than 2 million articles published every year, how are you supposed to set yourself apart from the pack?

Thousands of users come to ScienceOpen every day for one main task: To discover research. Your research. We have added new features enabling you to quickly add extra metadata to your articles, including disciplines and keywords. By doing this simple task, you will give your research articles a massive discovery surge in our search engine. and database. This is about giving you the tools you need to maximise your discoverability among the masses! You can track the increase in usage you get by checking out the new ‘Statistics‘ tab on your profile. More on that soon!

Each of your articles now has this nifty range of features

Continue reading “Enhanced article impact with MyScienceOpen”  

ScienceOpen on Road

  • March 14-16, 2017. ScienceOpen will be out in force at the London Book Fair!

  • March 21-22, 2017. We will be participating in the Open Science Conference in Berlin. Follow #osc2017 for details.
  • April 20-21, 2017. Jon Tennant (@Protohedgehog) will be participating in the 2017 Sage Assembly: Mapping Open Research Ecosystems. Follow #SageAssembly for details
  • April 22, 2017. We will be participating in the March for Science in 5 cities: Boston, Berlin, Budapest, Leipzig and Seattle!
  • July 14, 2017.  Open Science: Impetus for Collaborative Research and Successful Career Paths (link)
  • September 11-13, 2017. Open Access Days, Dresden (link)

What is ScienceOpen?


ScienceOpen is a research, networking, and discovery platform. We specialize in:

  • Smart search and discovery
  • Next-generation abstracting and indexing
  • Article aggregation
  • Public peer review

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