This is the institutional repository for peer reviewed articles published in open access and doctoral dissertations by the Agricultural University of Iceland, the Iceland Academy of the Arts, the National and University Library of Iceland, Reykjavik University, the University of Akureyri, Bifröst University, Hólar University College and the University of Iceland. Open access to research results is in accordance with article 10 from the Act on public support for research / 2003 No 3 and is compliant with requirements from international and domestic research fund programs. The purpose of the Open Science repository is to make results of research conducted at Icelandic universities accessible to the public online without hindrance or charge. Deposits to the repository are permanent and are intended to ensure future access to all published scientific material of the Icelandic research community. By collecting this material together in one collection access is made simple and easy for anyone who wishes to study the considerable scientific work conducted in Iceland.

The repository is OpenAIRE / OpenAIREplus compliant and in accordance with requirements for publication of research results from projects supported by the European research programs FP7 and H2020.

The repository uses the open software DSpace.

Communities in Opin vísindi

Recently Added

  • Nawaz, Muhammad Sulaman (University of Iceland, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, 2022-12)
    Neurodevelopmental disorders on the impulsivity-compulsivity spectrum are chronic disabling conditions with an early onset. High rates of comorbidity have been reported between Tourette syndrome (TS), Tics disorder (Tics), obsessive compulsive ...
  • Isenmann, Vanessa Monika (University of Iceland, School of Humanities, Faculty of Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies, 2022)
    The dissertation addresses informal Icelandic writing practices in online communication, often referred to as computer-mediated communication (CMC). Specifically, the dissertation studies the linguistic practices of native Icelandic speakers on Facebook ...
  • Bernburg, Jon (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2021-10-21)
    Social theory implies that a rise in the expectation that many will participate in collective action can make participation in the action widely rational, giving rise to a ‘self-fulfilling prophecy’. I address this classic, yet understudied, proposition ...
  • Sunguc, Ceren; Hawkins, Michael M; Winter, David L; Dudley, Isabelle M.; Heymer, Emma J.; Teepen, Jop C; Allodji, Rodrigue S; Belle, Fabiën N.; Bagnasco, Francesca; Byrne, Julianne; Bárdi, Edit; Ronckers, Cécile M; Haddy, Nadia; Guðmundsdóttir, Þorgerður; Garwicz, Stanislaw; Jankovic, Momcilo; van der Pal, Helena J.H.; Mazić, Maja Česen; Schindera, Christina; Grabow, Desiree; Maule, Milena; Kaatsch, P.; Kaiser, Melanie; Fresneau, Brice; Michel, Gisela; Skinner, Roderick; Wiebe, Thomas; Sacerdote, Carlotta; Jakab, Z.; Gunnes, Maria Winther; Terenziani, Monica; Winther, Jeanette F.; Lähteenmäki, Päivi M.; Zaletel, Lorna Zadravec; Kuehni, Claudia E; Kremer, Leontien C; Haupt, Riccardo; de Vathaire, Florent; Hjorth, Lars; Reulen, Raoul C. (2022)
    Background: Survivors of childhood cancer are at risk of subsequent primary malignant neoplasms (SPNs), but the risk for rarer types of SPNs, such as oral cancer, is uncertain. Previous studies included few oral SPNs, hence large-scale cohorts are ...
  • Ingþórsson, Sævar; Traustadóttir, Gunnhildur Ásta; Guðjónsson, Þórarinn (2022-11)
    The human breast gland is a unique organ as most of its development occurs postnatally between menarche and menopause, a period ranging from 30 to 40 years. During this period, the monthly menstruation cycle drives the mammary gland through phases of ...

View more