- 3rd Network Meeting of the UV4Plants Association, 13th to 16th October 2020, Kiel, Germany
- Bled 2018: 2nd UV4Plants Network Meeting
- Media gallery
- News from other learned societies
- News from our academic members
- News from our commercial members
- Pécs 2016: UV4Plants 1st Network Meeting
- Pisa 2017: events at the ESP Congress
- UV4Plants Association and UV4Growth COST Action events
- UV4Plants Association and UV4Growth COST Action special issues
Source: The Open Access Publishing Cooperative Study I have been always interested in books and publishing. My mother owned a bookstore and I have been surrounded by books since I was born. How easy it has become in recent years to produce and distribute books and journals has lured me into attempting self publishing with “Beyond the Visible”, and nowadays our UV4Plants Bulletin and a couple of new books in preparation. The actual limitations are no longer technical or monetary in nature, just the time used by editors, reviewers, and of-course authors. Sometimes I marvel at being able to run a website, the depository of published articles and issues, an on-line manuscript management system and producing a journal with an ISSN number, and assigning each article a DOI, for a total cost of less than 40 € per month. How is this possible when commercial publishers may charge authors a few 1000 € per open-access article published? Part of the explanation is that we are using free software for all steps in the production of the Bulletin, and that the company providing web hosting to us is also doing the same. Of course developing software has a cost, at least in…
Issue 2016:2 The publication of the issue in whole is delayed, but the on-line first publication of the accepted articles has started today, and will continue in coming weeks as the articles are accepted and typeset. Links are added the Bulletin web page as soon as the articles are available for download.
On-line manuscript management system http://www.uv4plants.org/ojs We have set up an an on-line manuscript submission, reviewing and publication system for the UV4Plants Bulletin. It uses Open Journal Systems installed in our own server. This will provide several improvements to our work flow and visibility.