The roots of scientific publishing can be traced back to 1665, when Henry Oldenburg of the British Royal Society founded the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. He wanted to create a public record of original contributions to knowledge and encourage scientists to “speak” directly to one another.
To this date, we still follow this tradition and publish the findings from our research. Our goal is to make science accessible which is why we aim at as many Open Access articles as we can (meaning, you can download the article free of charge).
Below you can see the areas we have studied so far, with publications from various collaborations with other researchers and academics in the field.