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PLOS and TCC Africa partnering to support African researchers

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The Open Access publisher PLOS, and the Training Center in Communication, based at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, (known as TCC Africa) today announced a partnership to ensure that the interests and values of African research communities are represented in PLOS publications, policies, and services

McGraw Hill Acquires Triad Interactive, Developer of SIMnet, an Online Training Platform for Microsoft...

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McGraw Hill today announced that it has acquired Triad Interactive, Inc., the software developer of the widely-used SIMnet product for undergraduate computer and information technology courses.

ConTech – Denial, frustration and excitement – kicking off the first six months of...

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Where is your business on its journey to digital transformation? Join the ConTech Forum on 15th June to find out.

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McGraw Hill Acquires Triad Interactive, Developer of SIMnet, an Online Training Platform for Microsoft...

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McGraw Hill today announced that it has acquired Triad Interactive, Inc., the software developer of the widely-used SIMnet product for undergraduate computer and information technology courses.

Society for Neuroscience Renews Partnership with HighWire

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Scholarly publishing technology provider, HighWire, is pleased to announce that the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) has once again renewed its partnership with HighWire for another two years.

Amsterdam University Press Books using ScienceOpen Metadata Services

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Amsterdam University Press, a leading scholarly publisher of Humanities and Social Sciences for nearly thirty years, has strategically partnered with the search and discovery platform, ScienceOpen, to enrich its metadata and feature its scholarly books.

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PLOS and TCC Africa partnering to support African researchers

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The Open Access publisher PLOS, and the Training Center in Communication, based at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, (known as TCC Africa) today announced a partnership to ensure that the interests and values of African research communities are represented in PLOS publications, policies, and services

Royal Society sets 75% threshold to ‘flip’ its research journals to Open Access over...

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In an exciting new chapter for its scientific publishing, the Royal Society today (Thursday 13 May) sets out how it will transition its primary research journals to open access and make more of its world-leading research available to all.

Fee-free Open Access publishing in leading biological science journals now available to researchers in...

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From Albania to Zimbabwe, researchers in 30 developing and transition economy countries can benefit from immediate and fee-free Open Access publishing in The Company of Biologists’ subscription journals following a Read & Publish agreement with Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL).

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