Karger Publishers and ScienceOpen cooperate to highlight medical research

Karger Publishers, one of world’s leading health sciences publishers, will feature publications from dozens of their international, peer-reviewed journals in 11 topical Collections on ScienceOpen, including ten Collections of handpicked articles on specialized fields of medicine, as well as a special Collection on COVID-19.

SUF and IntechOpen Announce Collaboration

The Smart University Foundation (SUF) and IntechOpen, Ltd. today announced their future collaboration on global academic publishing, open access book printing, online publishing, and other publishing and capacity-building opportunities for the future of global higher education.

Springer Nature agrees its first transformative agreement within Asia New transformative read and publish...

Springer Nature has today agreed its first transformative read and publish deal within Asia, with the Manipal Academy of Higher Education in India.

Cambridge launches open research platform, Cambridge Open Engage

Cambridge Open Engage, the early and open content and collaboration platform from Cambridge University Press, has officially launched and is now open to direct submissions from researchers.

Wiley Acquires Bio-Rad’s Informatics Spectroscopy Software and Spectral Databases

John Wiley and Sons Inc., a global leader in research and education, today announced the acquisition of Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.’s Informatics products including the company’s spectroscopy software and spectral databases.

OA journal All Life set to revolutionise how authors can publish their research with...

Launching today, a new multidisciplinary Open Access journal is set to revolutionise how authors – looking to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the world – can publish their research with Taylor & Francis.

SSP announces 2020 virtual event, ‘Seeking Sustainability: Publishing Models for a Virtual Age’

If you were disappointed that you wouldn’t be able to attend our Pre-Conference Seminar at UKSG, now is your chance! The event will now be held as a virtual event on Thursday, April 2, 2020, from 10:00-12:00 pm ET, and event registration remains open.

SAGE waives Article Processing Charges for COVID-19 research

SAGE Publishing announces that it will publish open access any accepted research that is relevant to the treatment, transmission, cure, or social impact of COVID-19 without requiring article processing charges (APCs). Additionally, SAGE will fast track these papers for rapid publication and dissemination.

Researcher Announces a New Project Funded by Innovate UK to Trial an Innovative New...

Researcher, a discovery platform for academics and scientists, has announced a new project, ‘ReviewHub: reinventing peer review in the digital age’. It will be jointly funded by Researcher and a grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency.

‘Coronavirus Funding Monitor’ portal now available to research community

Frontiers is dedicating part of its open science platform infrastructure to collect and disseminate information relevant to the research communities battling the COVID-19 pandemic using its Coronavirus Knowledge Hub.

Scholarly publishing community has role to play in protecting U.S. healthcare workers from...

Medical workers across the country are in dire need of personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure continuity of care for the mounting number of COVID-19 patients. The scholarly publishing community can help to ameliorate this shortage by distributing the information below to the millions of non-medical professionals that they serve.

ConTech 2020 extends call for speakers’ deadline

In light of the current global situation, the decision has been made to extend the call for speakers for ConTech 2020 to the 21st April. We have also reduced the requirements on the form to allow a quick and easy submission.