PLOS today announced that its collaboration with ORCID now includes credit for reviewers. For more than five years, PLOS authors have used ORCID to make their professional lives easier. Now reviewers at PLOS can take advantage of the same benefits to track their contributions, claim credit, and build up their research profiles.
The scholarly publications of the American Chemical Society (ACS) once again rank as the most cited and most impactful across their respective subject categories, as reported by the 2018 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) from Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science Group that were released on June 20.
We are happy to announce the launch of preLists, a new initiative within preLights where early-career researchers (preLighters) curate lists of preprints for the community.
Digital Science is proud to announce a collaboration with Research4Life which will give all Research4Life participants access to Dimensions Plus. Dimensions will allow participants to explore the research landscape and the connections between publications, grants, clinical trials, patents and policy documents.
A new Open Access journal will explore the role of data science in shaping government policy – and its possible impact on privacy and public trust.
lsevier, the global information analytics business specializing in science and health, is launching a novel broad scope open access journal, covering all areas of physics and related interdisciplinary areas - be that fundamental or applied.
Recognizing the benefits, we move from merely supporting the use of preprint servers to promoting it.
The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched a new platform designed to assist both authors and reviewers who are submitting to, or providing reviews for, our journals.
John Wiley and Sons Inc., is now inviting original research articles for two newly formed open access journals, Genetics & Genomics Next and Neuroscience Next. The journals are led by esteemed Editors-in-Chief who will publish the highest quality, most impactful and groundbreaking research while embracing open research practices.
The Chinese Chemical Society (CCS) is launching its flagship journal, CCS Chemistry, dedicated to serving the global chemistry community. This is the first journal fully owned and published by CCS, one of China’s highly-respected scientific societies.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) first open access partner journal, High Voltage has been accepted for Clarivate Analytics’ Science Citation Index Expanded, (SCIE).
IntechOpen has entered into a collaboration with Enago to help their authors gain easy accessibility of book translation services and help their research gain global readership.