ScienceOpen: The only networking platform you’ll ever need
ScienceOpen is a professional networking platform for scholars to enhance their research in the open, make an impact, and receive credit for it. We provide context building services for publishers, to bring researchers closer to the content than ever before. Our advanced search and discovery functions, combined with post-publication peer review, recommendation, social sharing, and collection-building features make ScienceOpen the only research platform you’ll ever need.
ScienceOpen is a freely accessible search and discovery platform that puts research in context. ScienceOpen for Researchers from Jonathan Tennant
ScienceOpen was founded in 2013, and is 100% owned by Alexander Grossmann and Tibor Tscheke. ScienceOpen also has an Editorial and Advisory Board, the members of which can all be found here. Meet the team!
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Editorial and advisory board members, links to their ScienceOpen profiles, and homepages.
Copyright for all third party content lies with original copyright-holder. All content published by ScienceOpen is under the Creative Commons license CC-BY 4.0. ScienceOpen and the ScienceOpen logo are registered trademarks ® of ScienceOpen GmbH or ScienceOpen, Inc., and may be not used without written permission. Website design: © ScienceOpen 2015.
ScienceOpen provides a wide range of tools to support your research
Review an article on ScienceOpen and share your expertise with the world.
ScienceOpen offers content hosting, context building and marketing services for publishers. See our tailored offerings for For academic publishers For open access journals For university library publishing For scholarly societies
Here you can find technical information and the description of code of practice concerning our online article usage data standards.
Technical requirements for uploading your published content to ScienceOpen Search.