The OpusJournal team has exciting news to share – we will be attending two major events that will be held in Ohrid and Zadar in the upcoming months. These events are highly anticipated and provide excellent opportunities for researchers from various fields of science to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in scholarly publishing.

The first event is the highly-regarded NUTRICON 2023 conference, which is dedicated to Food Quality and Safety, Health, and Nutrition. This conference will be held in Ohrid, from June 7th to 9th, 2023. Our team will be on-site at NUTRICON 2023 to showcase our Opus platform and other tools.

The second event that we will be attending is the 10th Conference on Scholarly Communication in the Context of Open Science, PUBMED2023. This conference is exclusively dedicated to the topics of scholarly publishing and will be held from September 13th to 15th, 2023 in Zadar, and we encourage attendees to reach out to us to test our solutions.

We are proud to announce that we are also sponsoring these two events, which demonstrate our commitment to the scholarly community and our passion for advancing the research and publishing process.

As a team, we are excited to engage with attendees, showcase our Opus platform, and receive feedback about our solution which we are constantly working to improve. Additionally will engage in the discussion about the needs of researchers, publishers, and all other stakeholders in the scholarly community and how they see the future of scholarly publishing.

In addition to our Opus platform, we will be presenting some new tools that we have been developing, which are currently in the beta version and testing phase. These tools aim to further enhance the research and publishing process and we are eager to receive feedback from the community to help us improve these tools further.

Both of these events present excellent opportunities to learn, engage, and collaborate with researchers and industry experts in various fields. We believe that attending these events will not only help us learn more about the needs and preferences of our users but also enable us to establish stronger relationships within the scholarly community.

Please feel free to visit our team at both events, we will be happy to meet you too.