Oncotarget’s Branching Forward into New Mediums

Posted on December 20, 2017 By

Oncotarget, being the renowned multidisciplinary journal for the incorporation of free and open access, has served its readers in scientific community with the initial focus on oncology, a study that is dedicated to the prevention of disease – particularly those that are linked to cancer.

Oncotarget, through consistency, has successfully achieved this by publishing papers online and allowing the democratization of information of those said published papers.

“To ensure that scientific results are widely available” serves as their stated objective.

The reasoning behind this to have the results and the study will be reviewed democratically. Download output styles at Endnote.com.

As stated before, the true conclusive goal is to use the published journal as a weapon to fight and combat diseases proactively.

Adding to the aforementioned, Oncotarget is able to collaborate with recognized scientific indexes.

The journal also archives to allow free and open access democratically to every researcher.

This is done to further to understand the study that was conducted and to reexamine the results of any said and published study

Though originally geared towards oncology, other studies have been studied and featured among the published papers of Oncotarget such as (but not limited to) chromosomes, autophagy, and microbiology.

With Oncotarget being active since 2010, the journal has accomplished another feat: it is presently the world’s largest oncology peer-reviewed research publication.

Increasing the Frequency to a Twice-Weekly Publication

Oncotarget is to increase the frequency of its publication.

The frequency will be increased to a twice-weekly publication.

The consequence for the readers is that they will receive new issues biweekly schedule on Tuesday and on Friday.

The reason is should Oncotarget can successfully avoid any gaps or delays in the releases of their publications.

Oncotarget’s Going Into Podcasting!

Oncotarget is also intent on using podcasting as an avenue to act as a journal with several podcasts dedicated to a specific study and topic.

Learn more: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/1558/

The media consumers for Oncotarget will have more ways to consume content than just text and media.

“Our mission has always been to make exceptional discoveries rapidly and widely available, eliminate borders between specialties by linking different fields of biomedical science and foster applications of basic and clinical science, stated Oncotarget’s editor-in-chief.

The podcast series will be available on Stitcher, Blubrry, and Soundcloud.

Continuing Democratization

Oncotarget is been able to breach forward with its commitment for the democratization of information. Watch this video on Youtube.