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Bristol University Press selects KGL PubFactory

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Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, have chosen KGL PubFactory, a division of KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. (KGL), to build its first unified hosting platform.

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Renews Partnership with HighWire for journal and preprint hosting

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Scholarly publishing technology provider, HighWire, is thrilled to have once again renewed its long standing partnership with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL).

OpenAthens announces winner of Best Publisher UX Award 2021

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Leading single sign-on provider OpenAthens has announced the winner of its Best Publisher User Experience (UX) Award for 2021. The identity and access management specialist revealed winner nkoda at its 2021 Access Lab conference which took place on Tuesday 16 March.

HighWire expands global footprint into the Middle East with Saudi Medical Journal

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Scholarly publishing technology provider HighWire, currently celebrating its 25th year of business, has expanded its global footprint with its first customer in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Medical Journal (SMJ).

SAE International announced today the launch of SAE MobilityRxiv™, a first-of-its-kind, free online preprint...

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SAE International announced today the launch of SAE MobilityRxiv™, a first-of-its-kind, free online preprint server and sharing service for English-language preprints dedicated solely to the mobility and transportation field.

New deal to support the Directory of Open Access Journals via Amigos Library Services

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A new agreement has been announced today providing for a broad set of higher education institutions, across the South Central and Southwest Regions of the United States, to support vital open access library infrastructure at a substantial discount.

Two new transformative journals and one review journal to launch under the Nature Portfolio...

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Three new journals will be launched under the Nature Portfolio imprint at the beginning of 2022. These journals aim to meet the needs of different research communities by providing a venue for research not well served by existing publications.

De Gruyter and University of Texas Press enter partnership

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The Publisher Partner Program at De Gruyter has signed University of Texas Press in its latest venture allowing the international distribution of 2250 eBook titles on degruyter.com. This partnership enables the distribution of 100% of the academic press’s content, which includes around 460 frontlist titles and 1660 backlist titles.

ConTech.Live webinars are back in just a weeks’ time – 4.30pm GMT, 17th March

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CCC principal consultant Ian Synge will ask “How can publishers use knowledge graphs to overcome their data management challenges?” He will explore how knowledge graphs can solve pressing challenges such as discovering emerging topics, recruiting authors, detecting possible conflicts of interest, performing competitive research and building a long-term network.

Taylor & Francis Group unveils Books Data Sharing Policy

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As part of our commitment to supporting open research, we are pleased to introduce our Books Data Sharing Policy which, from April 2021, encourages authors of all new Routledge and CRC Press books and chapters to share and make data available according to FAIR principles.

IET announces coverage of the newly launched AIP Publishing physics journals

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The Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) research database, Inspec, is among the first to index content from two new AIP Publishing journals in the fields of biophysics and chemical physics.

SPIE announces three-year Read and Publish agreement with King Abdullah University of Science and...

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SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, is pleased to announce a three-year Read and Publish agreement with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).