• Research and Journals
  • Research and Journals

    The annual generated revenue from science, technology and medicine (STM) scientific journals is estimated about $12 billion in 2016, including books and other information within a broader STM publishing market worth some $25 billion. Open access STM journal publishing market is estimated at about $500 million in 2015 (up from $100 million in 2010, representing a CAGR of about 20%), where as subscription/paid access STM journal market is drastically decreasing to $8 billion by 2016 ($12.5 billion in 2014). The publishing industry employs an estimated 100,000 people globally, working for 10 million researchers. These researchers producing 2.5 million articles yearly, peer-reviewed articles and researchers are increasing at 10% CAGR. There is an urgent need for cost effective digital media and journal/article metrics, to serve the scientific community says Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, CEO OMICS International.
    Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, CEO, OMICS International, said, open access journals are all set to break the supremacy over the global information and scientific research in order to quell the knowledge gap. Although the Global Research and development expenditure is reaching two trillion dollars (US$), the research outcome is not attaining limelight due to the closed access publication models. It is out of reach to research community and tax payers, as they remained inaccessible. Genuine and quality oriented research outcome must be published in the open access journals in order to harness the benefits before the research get obsolete.
    Open Access journals are the major source of knowledge for young and aspiring generations who are keen in pursuing a career in scientific and healthcare research. This system provides easy access to networks of scientific journals. Authors that contribute their scholarly works to peer reviewed journals gain remarkable reputation as the research scholarly explore these works extensively. This process assures considerable impact for the journal and reputation to the authors.
    Insight Medical Publishing (iMedPub) is enthusiastic to announce and participate in theme of 9th International Open Access Week going to be held on October 24-30, 2016. The theme decided by the International society is “Open in Action”. International Open Access week is always about popularizing and harnessing the benefit of Open Access system for the societal benefits. This year’s theme inspires all stakeholders to readily make their work openly available and invites others to do the same. Insight Medical Publishing have devoted follower of Open Access system since its inception in 2005.
    International Open Access Week - a global event in conjunction with this year's Open Access Week Advisory Committee, entering in its 9th international year. The event is going to be celebrated from October 24 to 30, 2016.The announced theme for this year is "Open in Action."
    The Open Access publishing model has gained a momentum since a decade and received applause from all quarters of the scientific community. OMICS International is glad to announce its achievement in reaching 25+ million readers, serving the academic and research community through its Open Access journals and Worldwide International conferences.
    In lieu with the enormous power that scientific knowledge has on research, OMICS International is observing the �Golden Open Access Week� this year.
    Social and Political Sciences Open Access Week, seeking article contributions from the authors, research scholars, academicians and students from 20th October to 26th October, 2014.
    OMICS International, the leading Open access Publisher, takes pleasure in inviting authors, scholars, researchers, academicians and students contributing generously to its Engineering Group Journals on the eve of �Open Access Week� from 20th October to 26th October 2014.
    OMICS Group International invites researchers, authors, academicians, and students across the globe to participate in the �Open Access Week� by actively contributing their research outcome as articles to OMICS Group Health Science Journals from the 20th October to the 26th October 2014, commemorating the �World Open Access Week�