The aims and scope of WikiJournal of Science

Thomas Shafee (Lead Author), Ian Alexander (Member of Group Organisation), Joanna Argasinska (Member of Group Organisation), Jack Brooks (Member of Group Organisation), Loren Cobb (Member of Group Organisation), Paula Diaconescu (Member of Group Organisation), Konrad U. Förstner (Member of Group Organisation), Sridhar Gutam (Member of Group Organisation), Mikael Häggström (Member of Group Organisation), José Lages (Member of Group Organisation), Andrew Leung (Member of Group Organisation), Thais C. Morata (Member of Group Organisation), Jack Nunn (Member of Group Organisation), Kelee Pacion (Member of Group Organisation), Edmund F. Palermo (Member of Group Organisation), Markus Pössel (Member of Group Organisation), Daniele Pugliesi (Member of Group Organisation), Tina Qin (Member of Group Organisation), Sylvain Ribault (Member of Group Organisation), Marc Robinson-Rechavi (Member of Group Organisation)Felipe Schenone, Melanie Stefan, Marshall Sumter, Thijs Van Vlijmen, Guy Vandegrift, Florian Weller, W. Brian Whalley

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Abstract

WikiJournal of Science is an open access, peer reviewed journal, free of publication charges for its authors. It has Wikipedia-integration as a key feature and aims to encourage and recognise contributions to Wikipedia by academics. It is a sister journal to the established WikiJournal of Medicine, and covers science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This editorial will discuss the current aims and future scope of the journal, as well as the WikiJournal format in general.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1
Pages (from-to)1
JournalWikiJournal of Science
Volume1
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jun 2018

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