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Welcome to the IOS Press website. We are an independent, international publishing house producing peer-reviewed content covering science, technology, and medicine, and providing specialized services that support scientific advancement.
As a signatory of the UN SDG Publishers Compact, we are committed to developing sustainable practices. View here!
It was our 35th anniversary during 2022 and we held a special symposium on March 31 that looked at science publishing developments, with an additional aspect of the celebratory event being a collection of pre-recorded presentations from editors, friends, and colleagues.
Focusing on key aspects of IOS Press' publishing activities, the contributions featured input about our most impactful journals, successful editorial practices, technical advancements, and our relationship with our communities, as well as personal perspectives about the future of science publishing. The recordings have been uploaded to our YouTube channel and more details can be obtained on our dedicated anniversary page.
In the Spotlight
Our Most Read Books
We are happy to present an overview of IOS Press' books that were most read in April 2023.
Featured Journal Collections
Our journal collections enable institutional subscribers to provide greater access to a selection of titles within a specific subject area to their user communities. Explore three popular collections!
Stay Updated With News
Don’t miss out on any news! There are many ways to keep up-to-date. You can visit our news stream to view the latest press releases and news items, browse our latest company mailing, and stay abreast with all our publications by signing up for newsletters.
IOS Press Labs is a virtual meeting place where we can share what’s happening behind the scenes at IOS Press and what we’ve learned with all of our communities: readers, authors, editorial board members, reviewers, librarians, developers, and business partners.
Recent Labs Blog Post
The new Labs blog post by Lauren Grieco highlights UN’s 8th International Day of Women and Girls in Science (IDWGIS).