The Open Science Repository is an online platform for publication of original research papers under open access and open review. It was created in honor of the great philosopher of science Karl Popper.
You can easily publish your original papers in the Open Science Repository. It covers all main fields of science. Read below to understand how the repository works.
This section of the Open Science Repository receives submissions of original research papers.
The Open Science Repository accepts problem-based, relevant research papers. Reports may describe research results, theoretical advancements, systematic reviews, qualitative or quantitative analyses, meta-analyses, critical reviews and other scholarly communications. Creative and innovative approaches are welcome.
The Open Science Repository publishes papers under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY), meaning that authors retain ownership of copyright but that anyone can use the content provided authors and source are cited. Other leading open access publishers, like PLOS, also use the Creative Commons license.
Each section of the Open Science Repository corresponds to a journal name.
By publishing your paper in the Open Science Repository, Google Scholar can index it properly and easily, and other researchers from around the world can find it.
Google Search usually indexes papers in a few days and Google Scholar within a few weeks.
The Open Science Repository verifies every paper for compliance with its ethical guidelines. Review and publication take up to 10 days (under express publishing, see publication modes).
Before submitting a full original paper, you are encouraged to send preliminary information to the chosen section. We will evaluate whether the research paper qualifies for submission and reply within few business days.