The Open Science Repository publishes original research papers under open access, meaning readers do not need to pay to get access to full research content.
Researchers from all fields of science can publish original papers and other scholarly communications through the relevant sections of the Open Science Repository.
The Open Science Repository is calling original research papers in all fields of science. See publication features below.
An editor evaluates every submitted paper for compliance with the ethical guidelines of the repository. All papers remain open to moderated reviews from readers.
Each field of the Open Science Repository corresponds to a journal name.
For example, if Open Science Repository Medicine publishes a paper, the APA citation will display like this:
Papers in the Open Science Repository receive a distinct DOI URL from the International DOI Foundation, for persistent online access throughout the scientific community.
The Open Science Repository publishes original papers under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY).
The license means that authors retain ownership of the copyright but anyone can use the published content provided the original authors and source are cited. It is similar to the licenses of other leading open-access journals, like PLOS.
Once a researcher submits a paper, the Open Science Repository automatically creates a record registering the date, time and content of the submission.
The Open Science Repository stores copies of the papers in the cloud for extended digital access and preservation.
Google Search usually indexes papers in a few days and Google Scholar within a few weeks. All papers receive proper production for indexing by other scientific directories.
Before submitting a full original paper, you can send preliminary information to the chosen section. An editor will evaluate whether the research paper qualifies for submission.