BioOne News

Volume 13, Issue 2
October 2019

Four Popular Journals Return and Six New Titles Added for 2020

BioOne ( proudly announces the return of four popular journals and the addition of six new Open Access titles to BioOne Complete ( for 2020.

Four titles from the Entomological Society of America will return January 1 next year:

  • Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    v.93 – Current
  • Environmental Entomology
    v.29 – Current
  • Journal of Economic Entomology
    v.93 – Current
  • Journal of Medical Entomology
    v.37 – Current

In addition, six new titles will join the Open Access collection:

  • Air, Soil and Water Research 
    SAGE, v.1 – Current
  • Environmental Health Insights 
    SAGE, v.1 – Current
  • International Journal of Insect Science 
    SAGE, v.1 – Current
  • Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports 
    SAGE, v.1 – Current
  • Tropical Conservation Science 
    SAGE, v.1 – Current
  • Revue suisse de Zoologie 
    Muséum d’histoire naturelle, Genève, 2015 – Current

This wealth of new content further enhances BioOne Complete’s subject coverage in entomology, zoology, environmental sciences, and more. Returning titles will fill gaps in their archive, to include all issues from 2000 – present. With these high-caliber additions, BioOne Complete will offer 214 full-text journals from leading scientific societies and independent presses around the world. Eighty-one percent of BioOne Complete’s 2020 subscribed titles have Impact Factors, and 29% are based outside the United States. Furthermore, two-thirds of current titles are available in full-text XML exclusively through BioOne Complete.

New 2020 title lists and other librarian resources are available for download on the BioOne Complete website. Not yet a BioOne Complete subscriber? Please contact one of our regional sales managers for a quote or free trial.


Removing Barriers to International Journal Submissions: BioOne partners with Charlesworth

As the editor of a BioOne Complete publication, how do you deal with submissions that could be improved with better English? Do you return them to the author for correction, edit them in-house, or reluctantly reject them outright?

The rapid expansion of the global research community, with its exponential growth in submissions from non-native English-speaking authors, can pose a major challenge to editors who want to be inclusive and ensure the optimal communication of valuable scholarship. Excellent research knows no boundaries, and we want to help ensure that it finds a home in your journals.

BioOne has partnered with Charlesworth Author Services to offer a discount on English-language editing and manuscript preparation services. Charlesworth Author Services provides non-native English speakers access to such essential tools as translation, proofreading, and style checking. Not only do these services enhance the submissions you receive, they can save time for your editors and reviewers. We encourage BioOne Complete editors and societies to add this special referral link to your author submission guidelines and to share the link with authors.

Charlesworth Author Services is the latest addition to BioOne’s growing program of options designed to help our society publishers meet the needs of their global scientific communities. See the Publisher Resources page for details on these additional benefits.

  • Post an unlimited number of positions to the BioOne Career Center free of charge, including volunteer positions, internships, and fellowships. List this link as a career resource for your members.
  • Consider the issue-in-progress workflow available to all active publishers at no cost.
  • Provide your society members with access to their publications through a secure Member Access link for free.
  • Take advantage of the Copyright Clearance Center’s online RightsLink service. BioOne provides this option to all publications at no cost to manage the rights and permissions of your content.

We are always open to considering suggestions for other services. Please contact BioOne’s Publisher Relations Associate Alexandra Frankel ( with questions or ideas for additional ways we can support you.

High quality science is being conducted around the globe, and trends show research output increasing from China and emerging regions. With submissions from non-native English speakers continuing to rise, language-polishing services remove a potential barrier to sharing that research. BioOne is proud to serve an international community of publishers, and disseminates research via libraries and partnerships in every region. It is our hope that with this new endeavor, even more top-tier research will find its way into your publications.



BioOne In Action: Library Case Studies

BioOne Complete helps libraries around the globe fulfill their mission of supporting researchers by providing trusted and affordable content. Learn how the University of Amsterdam and University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna added value to their collections with BioOne Complete.

BioOne Complete offers the ability to acquire quality titles which would otherwise be difficult to get. [It] provides a cost-effective way to subscribe to bioscience titles and being well below the average inter- library loan cost, is very positive. If universities are looking for biology packages, then yes, I would recommend BioOne Complete."

Prior to acquiring BioOne Complete, we had some difficulties acquiring some specific journals as they were expensive. BioOne Complete enabled us to consolidate our holdings, providing access to many unique titles which are part of such a great collection. This also meant cost savings for the university."

BioOne is an innovative nonprofit collaborative and the leading content aggregator in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. More than 150 global scientific societies and nonprofit publishing organizations include their journals in BioOne’s flagship product, BioOne Complete, for the benefit of 3,500 accessing institutions and millions of researchers worldwide. Since 2001, BioOne has returned more than $68 million in royalty sharing back to its participants, with a commitment to share research more broadly, equitably, and sustainably.

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