About IntechOpen and Open Science
Launched to make publishing more relevant for the digital age, IntechOpen has grown to become the world’s leading publisher of Open Access books. IntechOpen is built on the belief that scientific progress is generated by collaboration and is committed to openly sharing scientific research across the world, making it available for the benefit of all.
In 2022, IntechOpen successfully launched a series of open access journals, including the “AI, Computer Science, and Robotics Technology” journal. This journal showcases research at the intersection of engineering, computer science, and robotics, emphasising its impact on the advancement of humanity. If you are engaged in such research, we invite you to contribute your work and be a part of our mission.
IntechOpen is a member of the International Association of STM Publishers (STM) and fully supports UNESCO’s recommendation on Open Science.
Recommendation on Open Science is the first international standard setting instrument on Open Science, which is part of the UNESCO Global Open Science Partnership and supports democratising access to scientific knowledge and promoting collaboration among researchers and scholars worldwide.
IntechOpen is a member of Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), a global association representing publishers in scientific, technical, and scholarly disciplines. Through collaboration with OASPA, IntechOpen contributes to the exchange of information, the establishment of standards, and the advancement of open access publishing models that promote innovation and foster openness in scholarly communication.
IntechOpen publishes across a wide range of subjects but with a focus on technology, science, and medicine. Researchers worldwide can access IntechOpen content without restriction via the IntechOpen platform and other well-known platforms.
At IntechOpen, we are committed to supporting scientific discovery, prioritising the academic needs of researchers, and providing an Open Access environment to maximise scientific contributions. We aim to improve the quality and availability of scholarly communication by promoting and practising: