Enriched web scientific publishing

Publish in our open access journals or collections. Upload your work created in LaTeX, Word or Google Docs using our file import tools. Use Scipedia’s online collaborative editor to improve its content and to insert supplementary material such as video, datasets, models and more.


Archive your work

Use our thematic collections or create for free your own personal or institutional repository for self-archiving your papers, research reports, monographs, etc. All the documents published in Scipedia can be supplemented with additional files and data, and have a discussion forum open to all users. Set up a profile for your research team or institution and create Open Data repositories for your projects.


Advanced journal and congress management platform

Transfer or create your journal at no cost. Scipedia offers a free web platform for journal management that:

  • Allows editors to handle all aspects of publication.
  • Offers advanced support for blind peer-review and collaborative open peer review.
  • Allows reducing to the minimum the editorial effort, thanks to ourself-publishing and automation services.

Scipedia can also help you to manage the organization of scientific conferences, from submission and review of contributions to proceedings publication.

Open up your research

Scipedia offers an innovative Open Science framework to develop the entire research cycle:

  • Share your work at any stage of the research cycle.
  • Create a profile for your open science project.
  • Build an active community of contributors.
  • Work collaboratively on your research reports and open discussion forums about them.
  • Create repositories to archive and share your reports and data.
  • Create and manage collaborative open peer-review journals on your research topics.


your research in Open Access


and collaborate with researchers from all around the world


the attention your work is getting

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Our goal is to ensure the community has a strong voice about the future of Scipedia. We will be glad to hear your comments, suggestions or feature requests.