PLOS ONE Offers New Article Type

PLOS today announced that PLOS ONE will soon offer a new preregistration article type, Registered Reports. Registered Reports enable researchers to document and receive expert peer review feedback on their study design and proposed methods, before beginning their investigation.

Sciendo Celebrates 600th Published Journal

Sciendo - a 2018 relaunch of De Gruyter Open – is celebrating its 600th published journal after one year of rebranding.

National Science Review moves to fully Open Access

Oxford University Press and China Science Press are delighted to announce National Science Review (NSR) now publishes as a fully Open Access journal

OUP welcomes new Open Access journal, Burns & Trauma, to portfolio

Oxford University Press (OUP) and Institute of Burn Research, Southwest Hospital, China are pleased to announce their new partnership to publish Burns & Trauma, the official Journal of Chinese Burn Association and Asia-Pacific Society of Scar Medicine.

SciencePOD chooses iGroup for its expansion in the Asian Market

SciencePOD offers Asia Pacific scientists new opportunities to increase their research impact and engage global audiences through access to the most trusted science content marketing platform

ACS expands its environmental science portfolio by launching two new journals in 2020

The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is pleased to announce the launch of two new journals in 2020: ACS ES&T Water and ACS ES&T Engineering. These titles will join the prestigious Environmental Science & Technology family of environmental journals published by the Society.

Springer Nature first publisher to implement service

Users of are to be the first to benefit from an enhanced user experience when accessing research content from outside of their university network. As part of its commitment to finding solutions to problems researchers are facing, Springer Nature has been working with others in the industry and in collaboration with to address the current sometimes confusing and frustrating experience researchers face trying to access research subscribed to by their university when outside of the institution’s network.

Wiley partners with Editage to enhance and expand services for authors

John Wiley and Sons Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with Editage, a leading global scholarly communications brand by Cactus Communications (CACTUS), to enhance and expand the services available from Wiley Editing Services.

The Perfect Match – Enago Announces Collaboration with AcademicLabs to Support Their Community of...

Enago, a global leader in editing and publication support services, has announced a collaboration with AcademicLabs, a specialist platform to easily identify opportunities and ideal partners for research collaboration.

PeerJ publishes first peer-reviewed chemistry articles

Five new chemistry journals will meet the growing demand for affordable open access options, and build on PeerJ’s reputation of delivering high-quality peer-reviewed research to a global audience.

Karger Publishers and Enago Announce an Integrated Services Partnership to Support the Global Community...

Enago and Karger Publishers develop a new method of collaboration for the benefit of health sciences research communication

De Gruyter launches the University Press Library

The University Press Library is the result of a five-year pilot project initiated by De Gruyter, the three prestigious presses of Harvard, Columbia and Princeton with collaboration from LYRASIS and ten participating academic libraries.