Bioline Publishers, Users and Colleagues share their thoughts about Bioline...
"Scientific findings do not belong to a country but to the whole world, and Bioline is contributing to disseminate research results, connecting researchers from developing nations with their colleagues from developed countries."
"Too often we think of scientific knowledge and the developing countries in terms of what “we” can do for “them”. We need to nurture the organizations and initiatives that challenge this limiting point of view, enriching the international scholarly community with important research and neglected perspectives from the developing world."
"In my personal opinion, and as a citizen of Africa, I can only humbly thank all those who have continued to support the Open Knowledge Access services and reassure them that it is a worthwhile investment. By supporting those services your organizations are contributing to bridging the knowledge inequities between economically developing countries and between economically developing and developed countries."
Joses M Kirigia works with the World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa (Brazzaville, Congo) as a Manager of the Programme on Health Financing and Social Protection. Before joining WHO he was a Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of a Health Economics Masters Program at the University of Cape Town, South Africa
"Our journal is now indexed in Web of Science. We partly owe such promotion to the very generous offer from Bioline that could provide ample ground for our journal to reach international bodies. I believe Bioline has helped us in many ways to achieve promotion and dignity for International Journal of Environmental Research. We always remember such kind and generous cooperation. Besides, I should thank you (specially) and your colleagues for the very very cooperative attitude."
"Clearly, BI has contributed significantly towards increasing the readership and submission of manuscripts to our journal. In this regard, the Editorial Board felt strongly that BI should continue being supported to make it stronger in order for it to strengthen upcoming journals."
"We have been working with Bioline for a number of years and we were skeptical of Open Acces initially, but we now firmly believe that open access is the best way to fulfill the mission of our journal."
"No other service has giving so much visibility to local content from Nigeria as Bioline International has done. I do hope that more journals published in Nigeria will be added to the existing list in the future."