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IOP Publishing makes one of the largest physics collections available through MyScienceWork platform

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IOP Publishing

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Not-for-profit IOP Publishing today announces the creation of one of the largest collections of academic journals, books and conference series in physical sciences on the MyScienceWork (MSW) platform. The research management tech provider will index IOPP’s content making it available to the academic community. 

Effective as of December 2021, the partnership permits supplementary access to a comprehensive portfolio of scientific outputs, including conference proceedings and science news resources, with a focus on physics, materials science, biosciences, astronomy and astrophysics, environmental sciences, mathematics and education.  

Commenting on this new agreement, MyScienceWork Managing Director Yann Mahé says:“This meaningful partnership highlights yet another important milestone for MyScienceWork in our journey to provide a unique access to one of the largest high-quality scientific outputs platforms. This expanded availability of physics and physical science research outputs will boost the discoverability of scholarly research, paramount for overall impact and subsequent reproducibility of scientific results.”  

Bridget Pairaudeau, IT Director at Institute of Physics Publishing says: “We are delighted to add our content to the 90 million scientific publications on the MyScienceWork platform as it supports our mission to expand the world of physics by giving the international scientific community easy access to scientific publications.”  

IOP Publishing is the latest inclusion to an extensive list of renowned publishers already indexed on the MyScienceWork platform including the names of Springer Nature, Karger, De Gruyter, Annual Reviews, EDP Science, Cairn amongst others.  


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