Public trust in science can be boosted if major funding bodies adopt improved, standardized policies for data sharing and open access research, say the authors of a new report.
The reinvention of publishing and information organisations has accelerated through the pandemic and the ConTech.Live mission to learn, share and explore the transformative impact of new technologies has never been more relevant. We have a growing list of fantastic sponsor organisations who understand this, and we are delighted that they will be reconnecting with our community of publishing, content and tech professionals in November.
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) and DataSeer today announced an extended partnership that will provide new insights on how PLOS journals support Open Science practices. Earlier this year, PLOS and DataSeer collaborated on a project to quantify code sharing at PLOS Computational Biology.
IOP Publishing (IOPP) announces today a new collaboration with ChronosHub, a platform that streamlines the open access publishing workflow to unburden researchers. The initial phase of the collaboration includes a free-to-use IOPP branded Journal Finder, which enables authors to easily check if the IOPP journal they have chosen to publish their work in complies with their funder or institutional requirements.
Kudos, the platform for showcasing research, has today announced the launch of a new Showcase and associated outreach campaign to help the public, media, industry, policy makers, educators, and others understand the current and future role and capabilities of Artificial Intelligence. Kudos has set up the Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Cooperative with Impact Science, a part of Cactus Communications (CACTUS).
Enago is pleased to announce a brand new collaboration with the medical publisher, Radcliffe Group. The service will support authors preparing manuscripts for peer review. Radcliffe Group is a specialist medical publisher of journals as well as producer of live broadcasts, video and podcasts.
ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and EDP Sciences, an international academic publisher specializing in scientific, technical, and medical disciplines, today announced a content syndication partnership that will see the addition of content from over 30 open access (OA) journals to ResearchGate.
The two-day programme is full of insightful sessions delivered by CEOs from leading publishers and digital first and innovative start-ups. Product pioneers, transformation specialists from publishing, the music industry and online consumer markets. Research heads, advisors, data scientists, investment specialists and many more.
LibLynx and ChronosHub are partnering to simplify access to the ChronosHub platform used by researchers to submit and manage open access publications.
The MIT Press has received significant funding from the Heising-Simons Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and individual donors to support the MIT Press Fund for Diverse Voices. The Fund was established in 2019 to grow and sustain the publication of books by and about women in male-dominated fields and other authors whose voices have been chronically excluded across the sciences, arts, and humanities.
Clarivate Plc (NYSE: CLVT), a global leader in providing trusted information and insights to accelerate the pace of innovation, has today awarded the Eugene Garfield Award for Innovation in Citation Analysis to the late Dr. Saeed Ul Hassan, senior lecturer in AI/Data Science at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Springer Nature joins CiteAb as first publisher partner easing access to high-quality life science...
Reagents - core components in chemical, biochemical and related lab work - are essential for researchers and academics to be able to plan their experiments and develop their research. However, many experiment reproducibility problems can be tied directly to reagents.