Free and open-source repository software

Advanced interface designs to map and manage research

Institutional repositories remain an underutilised resource for they are often inconsistent and poorly designed with almost no understanding of repository stakeholder needs.  More often than not, institutions end up having to develop several completely different data managing standards, making centralisation and exploitation of data sets so much more complicated. And let’s not forget the discrepancies that exist between solutions to store data into complex databases, solutions to harvest and store new documents, and solutions to visualize them in a user-friendly way! 

So how does one navigate around all these problems and maintain a functional Library Management System without breaking budgets?


Introducing Polaris OS

AI technologies at the heart of a next generation No Code Open Source repository


Polaris OS powered by MyScienceWork is a completely new repository approach that allows users to create high-quality, robust and scalable repositories supporting complex functions with little to no programming skills. With an advanced yet predominantly user centric approach, the AI-driven digital asset management solution maps internal research, manages scholarly communication storage, analyzes research impact and ameliorates user experience. This Open Source solution is highly customizable and versatile in its use (as a library management system, multimedia archive, research data repository or institutional repository).

Responsive & Reactive Design

The solution is designed to guarantee readers an easy to navigate interface, highly customizable to fit the institutional needs, for an end result as below.


Multilingual Options

Open Access is breaking not only paywalls but demographic barriers to science. 

Having a multilingual platform that supports publications in multiple languages makes science and research all the more FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable).

Search, Browse & Suggest Content 

Allow readers the opportunity to operate a powerful semantic search engine that supports simple and advanced queries.  Inbound links and options to browse by collections are also made available for a superior content discovery experience.


Open Access 

Fostering Open Access, the solution gives options to manage embargo periods (with little to no supervision), allowing readers to directly request a copy of publication and discover said publications in other databases.


Export & Share Publications 

Science knows no country because knowledge belongs to humanity.

Readers should be able to sort and export publications in multiple bibliographic styles and formats (BibTex, EndNote, Excel/LibreOffice, RIS (Zotero), etc.) AND Share  them on social networks.



Complete guide and demonstration accessible here.