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Springer Nature first publisher to implement SeamlessAccess.org service

Users of nature.com 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 SeamlessAccess.org 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.

Cabells Journal Blacklist hits 12,000 Mark

Cabells - the complete source for journal information, evaluation metrics, and submission details for authors - has this week added the 12,000th publication to its Journal Blacklist. The updated database (www.cabells.com/about-blacklist) offers Cabells’ users the ability to verify that potential outlets for their research are not deceptive and fraudulent predatory journals.

Karger Publishers Launches Translational Journal in Latin America

Kompass Neumología is the latest journal from Karger Publishers that is tailored to the needs of clinicians from Latin America. It is therefore published in Spanish. The journal aims to close the existing knowledge gap between research and healthcare in this region.

MEDrang collaborates with Enago to support their Korean researchers and medical practitioner’s network

MEDrang, a leading organization in medical solutions and medical-related academic resources in South Korea, has partnered with Enago, a global leader in researcher support services, to provide editing, translation, and author support services to medical practitioners in MEDrang’s network.

Wiley and the American Dental Education Association announce new partnership

John Wiley and Sons Inc. announced today its selection by the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) to publish its esteemed journal, the Journal of Dental Education (JDE).

Wiley and The Physiological Society announce physiology discipline taxonomy to drive discovery and usage

John Wiley and Sons Inc. (NYSE: JW-A) (NYSE: JW-B) is delighted to announce a multi-faceted physiology taxonomy, developed in collaboration with The Physiological Society, to greatly support search and discovery for the physiology and associated communities.

Yale University and Frontiers form open access publishing agreement

Yale University supports its researchers in making their research more widely available. As part of this support, Yale University Library has entered an institutional agreement with Frontiers. Under the terms of this agreement, Yale-affiliated corresponding authors will benefit from a 15% membership discount on article processing charges (APCs) when publishing in any of Frontiers’ open access journals, irrespective of what fund covers the APC.