HOW DOES OPEN SCIENCE DB WORK?
Open Science DB aims to create a centralized database of scientific research performed at research universities and institutes across the country. Scientists at leading research universities/institutes contribute summaries of their own or other's research papers to our Database and Insights sections. Each summary is reviewed by our volunteer editors before added to the database to ensure accuracy and accessibility of the content.
In this section, we publish summaries of research papers that study human diseases. Research papers are grouped into two categories: Drug Discovery and Fundamental.
'Therapeutic Discovery' category papers discuss:
What papers CAN NOT be added to Medical Research database and Insights?
FEDERAL AGENCY RESEARCH
In this section, we publish summaries of research papers written by federal agency scientists.
We ask graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to find and summarize important journal published by scientists at federal agencies including, but not limited to, EPA, NOAA, NPS, USGS, and CDC.
What papers CAN NOT be added to Federal Agency Research database and Insights?