Kudos reaches milestone of a quarter of a million users

Kudos reaches milestone of a quarter of a million users

For immediate release, October 5th, 2018 –– Kudos (www.growkudos.com), the award-winning research dissemination and impact acceleration service, has announced they’ve reached the milestone of over a quarter of a million researcher-users, linked to over 6 million publications. This is a significant landmark for the service, which was launched in 2014, to help researchers take more direct…


Attending the Experimental Biology conference?

Kudos will be exhibiting at the Experimental Biology conference in San Diego from 22nd – 24th April, and would love you to pop by stand 1037 and grab some of our new Kudos goodies! We will also be running a special prize draw for new researchers signing up to try Kudos at the EB conference, so bring a friend along for…

Mobilize Research Campaign | Kudos blog

The final countdown! Mobilize your research and reach a new audience

It’s been over 4 months since the launch of our #mobilizeresearch campaign. In that time authors have been sharing and tweeting their published work in an effort to increase research visibility among a broader audience. As an additional initiative, we promised to make a donation to Open Knowledge International for each share and/or use of #mobilizeresearch…

Kudos impact blog | Kudos Educational Webinar - Research

Kudos Spotlights #10

We have 10 new authors appearing in the spotlights section of the Kudos website this month. Each of these authors have explained and shared their work in various ways, with some adding resources and their own perspectives to further support their work.

Experiences with Kudos

Experiences with Kudos: Dr Sean Ekins

It’s edging closer to the end of year as is our campaign to ‘mobilize research’.  However, the importance of sharing published work will remain the same. Our recent interview with Chemistry researcher and Kudos user Dr Sean Ekins highlights not only how Kudos can help authors continue to mobilize their research, but also how vital it is…