Journalos is a leading provider of credible and real science academic journals.

About Journalos

Journalos, one of the most popular and largest abstract database, presents an Academic Research Associate, established in 2007, by Professors of most credible universities such as Wien, Bologna, MIT, Columbia, Stellenbosch, The University of Tokyo, UCL etc. under accidence of INASP, as a time necessity for credible platform that gathers only professional, credible publishers form all over the world.


Now our team of Journalos, contain departments as:

  1. International Editorial Board of Review, from all over the world, and is continuously growing,
  2. Financial department that is been trusted since 2014 to IGoAR,
  3. Science development that is been managed by Business School of Wien,
  4. University Development that helps universities form all over the world to develop their PhD, Doctoral programs, managed my Editorial Board and BSW.


Journalos is a leading provider of credible and real science academic journals (including e-journals, e-conferences) and books (e-book, training tutorial, development manual, monograph etc.), in most of scientific fields such as: the Humanities and Social Sciences, Biomedicine and healthcare, Biotechnical sciences, Field of art, Interdisciplinary areas of knowledge, Interdisciplinary fields of art, Natural sciences, Social sciences, Technical sciences, mostly from OECD countries. In the rapidly changing digital sphere Journalos is a reliable source of adjusting expertise trusted by scholars, publishers and librarians.

We only accept entrusted publishers with their high-quality journals and books. Journalos provides scholars, researchers and students with access to a wide range of academic content in a constantly growing, dynamic repository.
We offer various services to subscribing institutions and their patrons to make access to its content as easy as possible. Furthermore, we allow publishers to reach new audiences and promote the scientific achievements of the scientific community to a broader readership. Un-affiliated scholars have the possibility to access the repository by creating their personal user account.