The French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED), a public research institute specialized in population studies, is now using Polaris as its institutional open repository for their scholarly outputs.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 13, 2017 (ANEWSWIRE) – Virginie Simon, CEO of MyScienceWork said: “We are very proud to work with the internationally renowned institution INED and excited about this collaboration for our brand-new Polaris Open Source solution. Beyond the management of scholarly outputs, the needs of strategic governance system for research are increasing. We are therefore present in this segment and this contract strengthens further our ability to offer an integrated solution of Research Intelligence.”
Polaris is an open source, flexible, interconnected and turnkey solution developed by MyScienceWork to automate process for archiving scientific publications and metadata, connect it to other existing repository systems (PubMed, arXiv, HAL, ORBI,…), get a complete analysis and overview of the impact of research activities and promote scholarly outputs through centralized dashboard with communication at all levels: website, social networks and specific channels.
Since 2010, MyScienceWork is the partner of research & innovation Institutes all over the world. MyScienceWork provides communication services and develops tools that help researchers and their institutions to identify, manage, analyze, promote and disseminate scholarly outputs toward research stakeholders.
INED’s missions are to study the populations of France and other countries, to ensure wide dissemination of the knowledge thereby acquired, and to provide training in research through research. INED’s approach to demography is resolutely open and interdisciplinary, implicating a wide range of disciplines including economics, history, geography, sociology, anthropology, biology and epidemiology. With its 11 research units, the Institute promotes communication and exchange within the scientific community and between researchers and the general public while conducting numerous European and international research projects.