• "I am among those who think science has great beauty."

    Marie Curie

Bring your research to the attention of the world’s scientific community.

Aldus Press is a new, open access (OA) publisher dedicated to building deeper perspectives in science and was founded by a team of accomplished scholarly publishers. Our mission is to help scholars, researchers, doctors, artists and engineers quickly publish monographs, conference series, textbooks and multi-author books.

Named after the celebrated Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, who pioneered many significant developments in publishing, Aldus Press uses the same innovative and quality-first attitude that Manutius embodied so many years ago.

Aldus Press uses modern tools like iThenticate and Peerwith, together with integrated editorial systems to ensures every author receives the most optimal publication quality and the widest reach for their work.

Our transparent and flat-rate book publication charge of only 5,000 Euro endorses our commitment to challenging established publishers.

  • Six month publication promise (after finished manuscripts approved)
  • Flat-rate open access fee of only 5,000 Euro
  • Your finished work made available on leading publishing platforms
  • 50 printed, hard-bound, copies delivered to your door – for no extra charge

Max Haring

Publishing Director Europe

With a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Amsterdam and as experienced senior publisher with publishers ranging from the international publisher Springer Nature to the small boutique publisher Amsterdam University Press, Max is perfectly aware of the pressing need for new science to be published and recognized. His role in Aldus Press focuses on helping authors, associations and universities across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.



Reinbert van der Fluit

Advisor Business Development Global

Fluent in Dutch, English and German, Reinbert is a skilled networker, business development expert and publishing innovator. Having worked for nearly 18 years in global academic publishing roles for Elsevier and Peervoice, he is now the primary contact for all societies, universities and research groups looking to extend the reach of their scholarly research by using Aldus Press’s unique publishing system.

Bas Straub


Bas has 25 years of experience working across multiple publishing sectors. After many years leading Elsevier’s regional office for Germany, Austria and Switzerland he founded several companies including Magknowlia, Konvertus and now Aldus Press.  He has always strived to ensure publishing provides the best possible service to scholars everywhere and has always publicly championed the open access model from its first theoretical inception.

Interested in submitting a publication proposal for review? Please read our Guide for Authors and then complete the Publication Proposal template.

Please review our Guide for Authors, before completing a Publication Proposal. Once submitted we assess all proposals carefully within two weeks.