Home Latest

Latest

Springer Nature launches its first virtual hub at Frankfurt Book Fair 2020

0
With the Frankfurt Book Fair not taking place as a physical event this year, Springer Nature is instead opening its doors to its first virtual hub.

Cambridge University Press wins first ever Sustainability Award from IPG

0
Cambridge University Press has won the inaugural Sustainability Award at this year’s UK Independent Publishing Awards. The Press was named as the winner at a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, 22 September and the award was accepted by Helen Griggs, Global Director of Environment, Procurement and Supply.

University Buckingham Press launches the Journal of Medical Education Research

0
University of Buckingham Press (UBP) is delighted to announce the launch of the Journal of Medical Education Research (JMER) to be published in conjunction with the University of Buckingham Medical School. The first Issue is scheduled to be launched mid-2021.

Open research publishers introduce trans-inclusive polices to allow authors to retroactively change their names...

0
F1000 Research Ltd and Wellcome Open Research and have today announced the introduction of a new policy which enables transgender scholars to change their name on publications.

OpenAthens announces plans for Access Lab 2021 conference

0
Identity and access management specialist OpenAthens has announced the details of its annual Access Lab conference which will take place virtually on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 March 2021.

Study shows strong appetite for ‘broader impacts’ among researchers undermined by skills and knowledge...

0
Kudos, the award-winning service for accelerating research impact, has announced headline results from a recent study of researchers’ efforts to achieve broader impacts of their research.

ConTech – How is technological innovation changing the competitive environment?

0
Register now for ConTech Week 2020, now taking place from the 16th – 19th November. Four afternoons of keynotes, from the likes of Ian Mulvany, CTO at BMJ and Paul Groth, Professor of Algorithmic Data Science at the University of Amsterdam

IOP Publishing launches first-of-its-kind peer review certification programme

0
IOP Publishing (IOPP) is revolutionising peer review learning with the launch of the world’s first peer review certification programme dedicated to the physical sciences. ‘Peer review excellence: IOP training and certification’ will give early career researchers the ability to review with confidence, increasing trust and standardising the quality of the process.

Portland Press selects The Charlesworth Group for author services support

0
Portland Press Limited has partnered with Charlesworth Author Services to provide Portland Press’ global biosciences author community with English language editing and publication support services through English and Chinese local-language web portals.

Copyright Clearance Center launches Open Access Workflow Services to support publishers

0
Copyright Clearance Center, announces Open Access Workflow Services, a comprehensive consulting practice providing strategic Open Access (OA) and Transformative Agreement workflow support to publishers, funders, institutions and other key stakeholders in the scholarly communications ecosystem.

De Gruyter transforms journal “Bibliothek Forschung und Praxis” to Open Access via Subscribe to...

0
Together with the editors and the National Contact Point Open Access OA2020-DE, De Gruyter is transforming the leading library journal Bibliothek Forschung und Praxis (BFP) into open access through the Subscribe to Open model.

AJE Teams with Researcher App to Support Scholarly Authors

0
American Journal Experts​ (AJE) has partnered with ​Researcher​, a leading platform that brings academics the latest relevant scholarly articles, to offer another crucial form of support: author services.