IntechOpen, the first native scientific publisher of Open Access books, today announced it recently completed a strategic transformation in its technology and rolled out its new brand.
John Wiley and Sons Inc. today launched a comprehensive program to partner with leading content platform providers to make it more affordable and easier for students to purchase their Wiley course materials, as part of their tuition and fees.
ConTech 2018 - Transforming content through data science, ai and emerging technologies The ConTech 2018 chair team met yesterday to finalise a set of core themes and a call for speakers. Information providers and content owners are increasingly having to address the challenges of competing in a data world, driven by machine learning, artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.
Two more publishers have joined the initiative, announced in March 2018, which focuses on the problems of research reproducibility, recognition of reviewers and the rising burden of the peer-review process.
The Spotify of the textbook world takes off as Bibliotech is go. As libraries look to widen access to core texts, how can they make this affordable to both universities and students?
Cambridge University Press (the Press), one of the world’s leading University Presses, has partnered with Code Ocean, a platform that enables authors of articles in Press journals to publish and share code associated with their research and readers to view and run that code from within articles.
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) announce an agreement that enables the automatic posting of research articles submitted to PLOS journals on bioRxiv, CSHL’s preprint server for the life sciences.