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The BioOne Complete Relaunch - A Refresh for a Scientific Journal Database

Introducing the New BioOne Complete

We are excited to announce a newly renovated website: cleaner, faster, and easier to navigate than ever before. We are also happy to announce the return of 3 popular titles: Biology of Reproduction, Journal of Mammalogy, and Mammalian Species.

BioOne Complete is a collection of more than 200 leading peer-reviewed journals concerning biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. As of August 2018, the database is home to 1.5 million pages of scientific research, continuously adding new articles daily. The scientific quality of resources are considered first and foremost in the selection of new titles added annually.

How to Use BioOne Complete

Easily browse by topic to cross-reference materials on a wide range of subjects. Read up on the latest findings the moment they become available. Explore studies from preliminary research to critical review.  

  • Everyone: Freely browse and download thousands of open access articles for free. Open access articles may be accessed without cost or restriction online, promoting the acceleration of scientific discoveries worldwide.
  • Individuals: Unlock articles on the BioOne Complete database for $15 each.
  • Organizations: Email to request pricing or a free trial and enjoy full-text access to the database. BioOne Complete includes a community of publishers and subscribers from all over the world. See a list of subscribing organizations and participating publishers.  

BioOne Works to Disseminate Scholarship as Widely as Possible

BioOne makes its database available for free in 90 developing countries through its participation in the Research4Life and The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library programs. 

These vital programs provide access to the newest scientific findings, lessening the burden on educators and stimulating the growth of knowledge in underprivileged areas. Free access to information empowers developing communities to participate in worldwide scientific and political dialogue, protecting their interests and communicating their needs. An expansive research database fosters new generations of scientists, engineers, and medical professionals in the places that need them most.
As we enter 2019, we are excited to bring on more titles and expand our reach to more areas of the world. Please contact us if you would like to be a part of the project.


 BioOne Works to Disseminate Scholarship as Widely as Possible

BioOne makes its database available for free in 90 developing countries through its participation in the Research4Life and The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library programs. These vital programs provide access to the newest scientific findings, lessening the burden on educators and stimulating the growth of knowledge in underprivileged areas. Free access to information empowers developing communities to participate in worldwide scientific and political dialogue, protecting their interests and communicating their needs. An expansive research database fosters new generations of scientists, engineers, and medical professionals in the places that need them most. As we enter 2019, we are excited to bring on more titles and expand our reach to more areas of the world. Please contact us if you would like to be a part of the project.


Hire Experts in Your Field at the BioOne Career Center

BioOne Complete brings together STEM professionals from around the world to explore and discover the latest research in the broad fields of biology, ecology, and environmental sciences. The BioOne Career Center reaches these same highly motivated people. Post and browse jobs here to get connected with an expansive scientific community.


About BioOne

In the late 1990’s, a growing community of researchers and librarians became concerned about the commercialism of online scientific journal databases. Concerned that the small voices may be drowned out by corporately funded studies, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit publisher was born: BioOne. 123 libraries came forward and allocated funds from thin budgets, straining for success. In 5 years, BioOne complete became a self-sustaining organization, repaying all of its debts by the end of its 7th year.

BioOne is committed to the belief that we achieve more by working together, listening to the needs of the whole community. We will be forever grateful for the organizations that came together to make the database possible.