Adesola Oluwafunmilola Olumide is a Senior Medical Research Fellow and Consultant Physician at the Institute of Child Health, University of Ibadan and University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. In this blog, Adesola discusses how secondary school enrolment can be protective against adolescent engagement in health-risk behaviours such as cigarette smoking and unsafe sexual practices.
This week (19-25 October) is Open Access Week, and the theme for 2020 is “Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion.” AAS Open Research is committed to listening to researchers and responding to their needs to create a better publishing experience. Here, we introduce a new guideline that allows researchers to retroactively change their names on articles and assets.
Telling the story of a scientists’ research through photography. We are excited to announce that the inaugural photography competition for AAS Open Research is now open for entries.
Elizabeth Marincola is a Senior Advisor and Thomas Kariuki is the Director of Programmes/AESA Platform at the African Academy of Sciences. In a recent editorial they provide their view of the current state of research and publishing in Africa.
In this blog, Anderson Gwanyebit Kehbila presents his go to market innovation strategy for entrepreneurs, discussing four key components that can help drive and sustain business performance.
In this blog post Michael Markie, Publishing Director at F1000 Research, outlines the upcoming adjustments to the pricing structure on AAS Open Research and highlights the price and service transparency of the platform and how this aligns with the Plan S principles. Last month, F1000 Research rolled out a new pricing structure complete with price…
Gift Mehlana is leading a research group that focus on the development of novel porous materials for capturing waste carbon dioxide emitted from industrial activities. In this blog, he explains the motivation behind this research and how the captured gas is converted to provide energy for various applications in the chemical industry.
In our second blog post for Peer Review Week, the Peer Review Team talk about how we build trust between our authors, reviewers and the wider research community, discussing our author-led process, which means no editorial bias, and going through the revision and response process here at AAS Open Research.
As this week (21st-25th September) marks Peer Review Week, the Peer Review Team delve into the meaning of this year’s theme of ‘Trust in Peer Review’ and explore how our transparent peer review process is ideally suited to building trust.
In this blog, Lucy Mupfumi writes about the power of digital storytelling as a means of initiating discussion on health issues, as she shares her experience of working on a programme that harnesses adolescent advocacy to End TB in Botswana.