IOP Publishing has joined Research4Life, a multi-organisation partnership aiming to reduce the knowledge gap between high-income and low-and middle-income countries by making scholarly, professional and research information more accessible.
It means that IOPP’s journals – which span more than 40 subject areas reaching beyond physics and into materials science, biosciences, environmental sciences, mathematics, engineering and education– will be accessible to institutions and organisations in 120 lower income countries.
As the world recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, having online access to the latest research and evidence in all scientific disciplines will be crucial, and Research4Life is an important programme that seeks to level the playing field for all participants in the research communication ecosystem.
IOPP journals are now available via Research4Life. IOPP also has a wide range of resources for authors, including submission guides, ‘how to get published’ training, language editing services and an article publication charge waiver for authors from low income countries (as defined by the World Bank).
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