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IOP Publishing moves to CC-BY licence for open access articles and bibliographic metadata

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IOP Publishing (IOP) has today announced a significant change to its copyright arrangements for research published on an open access basis in the company’s...

Maney Publishing supports Open Access Week with special prices for OA publication

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Throughout Open Access Week, Maney Publishing is highlighting its hybrid open access model, MORE OpenChoice, and reducing author fees in order to encourage open...

Elsevier Business Intelligence content now available from the British Library

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The latest news and analysis from Elsevier Business Intelligence, a global leader in the field of healthcare industry information, is now available from the...

Elsevier Launches Core Measures in Mosby’s Nursing Consult

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of Core Measures in the Quality and...

Project ROBUST: Combining Scientific Excellence and Industry Relevance

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Project ROBUST is receiving positive feedback from the scientific community as well as from potential industry clients for its work on the analysis and...

Elsevier Joins ORCID in Announcing Launch of ORCID Registry

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, is pleased to join with ORCID to today announce...

SAGE begins to Publish Ultrasonic Imaging

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SAGE today announced that it has begun to publish the journal Ultrasonic Imaging. Founded in 1979, Ultrasonic Imaging publishes original studies that advance research...

Global Health database from CABI hits 2 million records

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Global Health, the only specialist bibliographic, abstracting and indexing database dedicated to public health research and practice, now has over 2 million records. Derived from...

IOP Publishing announces the launch of its ebook programme and a new partnership

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IOP Publishing (IOP) has today announced its entrance into the book market as part of a long-term strategy to expand its support to the...

IET’s Inspec Database Adds 13 Millionth Record

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The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today announced that Inspec, its database indexing cutting-edge science and engineering research, has reached 13 million...

£200m is a welcome step, but science needs long-term certainty to aid economic recovery

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The President of the Royal Society of Chemistry welcomed today's announcement by George Osborne of £200m extra investment for science research, but called for...

Elsevier Further Enhances Its Article Page Design on ScienceDirect

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announces the next step in enhancing its article page design on...