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Discover, write, publish: an open approach to the research lifecycle
F1000, United Kingdom
F1000 works with scholars, funders and institutions to improve the way research is communicated. We provide tools to facilitate collaboration among research groups and help researchers stay on top of the literature, as well as provide a publishing platform pioneering an open publishing model that is specifically built to support the authors.
We introduce F1000 Workspace, a reference manager, with streamlined features and flexibility of shared projects, enabling groups to simply share and capture large collections of articles.
We ensure researchers rarely miss an article with F1000Prime, a recommendation service powered by researchers for researchers. It has over 8,000 leading experts from across the globe monitoring the literature and giving researchers their opinion on the most impactful research.
Assisting researchers to share their knowledge and encourage learning, are focal themes covered by EAHIL. It is important for researchers to rapidly share evidence, which others can act on to make scientific advances. This is why we are actively involved in the development and support of the FAIR data principles to enhance reusability and reproducibility.
Please join us to talk about F1000Research, a platform that enables researchers to publish their research quickly and transparently through open access along with data and associated software. Our model ensures greater transparency in review, robustness and reproducibility of research.
Articles with data publicly available opens channels of collaboration between research groups. This dynamic way of publishing enables authors and reviewers to engage in a productive dialogue to improve the work. An approach that credits both the authors and reviewers for their input, giving readers a deeper context into how an article has evolved.