Open Research Europe (ORE) will be a scholarly publishing platform providing a full open access peer reviewed publishing service for Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe beneficiaries, during and after the end of their grants. The platform will enable rapid publication times and publication outputs that support research integrity, reproducibility and transparency and enable open science practices. The publishing service will be free for beneficiaries, and will offer quick publication times without editorial barriers, but with a rigorous and open peer review process. The open access model enables everyone to access the results: the global scientific community as well as the wider public.
Open Research Europe will be accepting article submissions from autumn 2020, with the official launch planned for early 2021. The author guidelines for submission will be made available later this summer.
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OpenAIRE is committed to supporting ORE on both a technical and networking level and is happy to concretise potential collaboration via an MoU. The European network will leverage its community to build awareness about the platform. Providing Europe’s researchers with a mechanism for free, transparent and quality publishing is a remit that OpenAIRE is fully committed to and we look forward to working together at a technical level to maximise interoperability in order to optimise access to research outputs. Read more about the MoU between OpenAIRE and F1000 Research here.
ORE is run by F1000 Research, who will provide the open research publishing infrastructure and editorial services. F1000 Research will work closely with three expert partners: Eurodoc, the Global Young Academy and LIBER Europe. Together these organisations will steer the project and ensure that many stakeholders are reached. This includes researchers from all disciplines and at all career stages, together with key intermediaries such as research librarians. The Open Research Europe platform will also benefit from the oversight of an independent Scientific Advisory Board comprising researchers of high scientific calibre.