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Today, we’re happy to announce the integration of the Journal of Paleontological Techniques (JPT) onto our platform! This journal is all about sharing and opening up the methods that palaeontologists use in their day-to-day research. So if you love…

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On top of our search and discovery platform ScienceOpen has built a ‘social networking’ layer to allow researchers to interact with each other and with the content on our site. We don’t see ourselves so much as a social platform like Facebook or…

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ScienceOpen is a free network for rewarding and encouraging Open Science practices. But what exactly can you do on our platform..? Search and discover relevant research in over 28 million Open Access articles and article records! Share your expertise and…

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Straight from the excavations an assembly of archaeological journals have arrived to ScienceOpen today as a result of our new partnership with Equinox, an independent academic publisher of books and journals in Social Sciences and Humanities. Although…

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Hi Ashley, and thanks for joining us here! Could you start off by letting us know a little bit about your background? Certainly! I began college aiming for a Zoology degree while working at the University’s library. My love for information grew in…

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Hi Gautam! Thanks for joining us here. Could you start off by letting us know a little bit about your background? Hi Jon, thanks for having me here! I’m a postdoc in Buzz Baum’s lab at UCL working on the evolution of cell division- all the way from…

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http://blog.scienceopen.com/2016/02/credit-given-where-credit-is-due/ How do we sufficiently recognise and credit peer review? All reviews at ScienceOpen are made openly available via a CC BY 4.0 license, and come with DOIs so that they are fully citable!

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https://www.scienceopen.com/search?1&q=Zika&base-header:header:type=article The World Health Organisation have just declared the Zika virus a public health emergency. We have over 100 articles in our archives if you wish to learn more about it.

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Scientific fraud is something that's getting a lot of attention recently. A new study now at ScienceOpen looks at patterns of fraud in preclinical radiobiological data. They conclude:

"This analysis emphasizes the importance of access to raw data that form the bases of publications, reports and grant applications in order to evaluate the correctness of the conclusions, and the importance of applying statistical methods to detect anomalous, especially potentially fabricated, numerical results."

https://www.scienceopen.com/document/vid/8aa0f248-2bad-44c6-adfd-42816c14c272?0

What better use is there for a Nobel Prize winning Malaria drug than polishing silicon wafers? You know, for science.. https://www.scienceopen.com/document/vid/0d3cb971-575c-4a49-9022-bb549b69f9b5?2
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