All Open Scientific (OSP) journals are published Open Access. This means all articles are immediately available free-of-charge upon publication. Articles in OSP journals can be downloaded, shared, and reused without restriction, as long as the original authors are properly cited.
All manuscripts published by Open Scientific Publishers (OSP) are under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. Author retains the ownership of the copyright, where readers can copy, download, distribute or reuse the content until the original source of article is cited. Open Access provides a sustainable funding model for scientific communications while ensuring the widest possible access to research. Open Access makes research available to new audiences, readers without the funds or institutional support to cover expensive subscriptions.
Open Access allows readers to use articles and data in new ways, including practices like meta-analysis and text mining, which reveal trends in science that would not be obvious at the level of individual articles. Ultimately, Open Access accelerates the pace of research by removing barriers to collaboration.
Rarely, OSP journals will contain material republished with permission under a more restrictive license. Where applicable, this will be clearly marked. In these cases, you may need to seek permission for reuse from the copyright holder.