Category Archives: open access journals
The SciPost journal
Recently I joined the SciPost journal as editor fellow. It is the first time that I work as editor for a journal. At the beginning I thought that this role would have taken me much time but then I realized that the editor work often takes less time than that of the referees. Probably in… Read More
Open access journals or journals for rich researchers?
When in 2001 the biochemist Patrick O. Brown and the computational biologist Michael Eisen decided to open their non-profit foundation PLOS (Public Library of Science) to create a scientific journal that leaves free access to all articles published, no one believed they would have succeed. But they were tenacious and with the help of the… Read More