Scientific publications ought to contribute to the dissemination of scientific results. Whilst the quintessence of current scientific publications lays in creating unstructured publications from often highly structured data, the Swiss company Plazi does the reverse, creating structured, findable, citable, and reusable data from scientific publications. Since data is not work in a legal sense, and thus is not copyrighted the Plazi workflow can operate under Swiss copyright law – a competitive advantage for Switzerland. This workflow is based on standalone open source application written in Java with modular Natural Language Processing tools that can be chained into highly customizable pipelines allowing TDM to be highly automated including discovering from named entities to entire specific text blocks. This workflow is used to build two repositories to disseminate this data. TreatmentBank includes text based entities such as taxonomic treatments (220,000 extracted from 31,000 articles), close to 1M bibliographic references or observation records (80,000), and millions of facts such as geo-data, specimen data or scientific names. The Biodiversity Literature Repository (BLR), a community within CERN’s Zenodo repository, includes a growing corpus of 172,000 extracted scholarly figures, and 32,000 article deposits with very rich metadata. Access to the articles itself remain closed if published as closed access. The upload is fully automated. Each of the deposits includes meta data, links to the source article, related items, and a digital object identifier (DataCite DOI). Currently, BLR is with 51% percent Zenodo's largest data provider, but at the same time occupies only 1.2% of the total storage space – an invitation to rapidly increase the amount of data made accessible. Furthermore, each of the extracted elements can be cited using globally unique persistent identifiers. This liberated data is upon upload immediately submitted to some of the world’s largest science infrastructure, such as the US National Center for Biotechnology Information or the Global Biodiversity Information Facility. To avoid this complex task alltogether, Plazi is promoting the notion to publish scientific results as semantically enhanced publications in a collaboration with the Bulgarian Publisher Pensoft and the US National Library of Medicine. Currently over 20 inhouse and hosted journals are available, including Arpha, the needed advanced publishing platform to publish accordingly. Together, they provide services to convert and produce semantically enhanced publications starting from unstructured to upfront structured data and manuscripts.