PLOS has recently joined our network, bringing with it a prestigious new collection on Climate Change and Human Health. Our users will be able to access research outputs that address all aspects of the intersection of climate and health, from the changing burden of communicable and noncommunicable disease to the effects of extreme events on health systems, as well as research that evaluates potential adaptations to build healthier and more resilient societies on the new collections by PLOS.
Through cutting-edge discovery tools and features, PLOS will now have access to ScienceOpen’s global user base and promotional services. Furthermore, the ScienceOpen network will enable authors who publish in PLOS Climate and PLOS Global Public Health to easily track article-level metrics such as views, shares, and citations.
ScienceOpen has the potential to create an innovative channel for increasing submissions to open access journals by providing an appealing showcase for topical content selections that respond to rapidly evolving scientific developments.
The new research published by PLOS on ScienceOpen will significantly expand the research available on our platform, by providing more context in topics related to climate change and health, and at the same time will foster transparency and collaboration by promoting open-access publishing models.
Both journals publish work that is methodologically rigorous and adheres to the principles of transparency and ethics that are the bedrock of trust and progress. They also publish original research articles as well as editorials, opinions, and reviews on a regular basis.
Our network is constantly expanding, and we are pleased to see PLOS join the list of prestigious publishers who have chosen ScienceOpen as a partner in the digital publishing landscape.