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4,000 thank yous from IntechOpen

15th March 2019

Recently we celebrated a huge milestone; the publication of the 4,000th IntechOpen Open Access book, Advances in the Molecular Understanding of Colorectal Cancer. Our celebrations reminded us just how far we have come since the company began in 2004 and just how much we owe to the authors and editors whose hard work over the years has contributed to so many high quality Open Access publications.

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New Program Directors at IntechOpen

IntechOpen welcomes new STEM Program Directors Peter Mitchell and Dr. Richard Murray. Peter Mitchell is Editorial Director and Head of STEM Program for the UK & Scandinavia and Dr. Richard Murray is the Head of STM Program for the Iberian Peninsula. They bring with them vast experience in publishing and relationship building and will be focused on expanding the IntechOpen vision to inspire greater opportunity for collaboration, speed of discovery and scientific progress.

11th March 2019

Speeding up research publication with Online First

IntechOpen is changing the way book chapters are published, ensuring research can more quickly contribute to the knowledge base. Online First means chapters are published individually, after review and before the entire book is ready for publication, allowing them to be searchable and citable without delay.

As a leading publisher of open access books, IntechOpen is dedicated to making knowledge available to all without restrictions. This latest development benefits authors and the broader research community because it speeds up the publication and impact of research.

19th February 2019

Inaugural Women in Science 2018 is 4,000th Open Access book published

We are proud to announce the publication of the first title in the IntechOpen Women in Science 2018 Book Collection. It is the first of of the winning titles to go live online, and is part of a broader program created to support women scientists worldwide. The Open Access book, Advances in the Molecular Understanding of Colorectal Cancer, is also the 4,000th book published by IntechOpen.

12th February 2019