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Digital focus and strong sales help Cambridge University Press face pandemic

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A strong performance helped Cambridge University Press to secure an increase in sales during the last year, despite the impact of the global pandemic. As the Press’s newly-published annual report for 2019/20 shows nearly 11 months of strong growth were interrupted by the impact of COVID-19 during the last six weeks of the financial year and the subsequent global lockdown of schools and universities.

American Society of Microbiology to Migrate Journals to Atypon’s Literatum Publishing Platform

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The American Society of Microbiology (ASM) has selected Atypon’s Literatum as its new online publishing platform. In addition to its 18 journals, Literatum will also host ASM multimedia, datasets, and supplemental materials.

American Chemical Society signs transformative open access agreement with Polish Academic Consortium

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The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is pleased to announce that it has signed a transformative “read and publish” agreement with the Polish Academic Consortium. The agreement, which lasts through 2022, will benefit 51 institutions across Poland and will enable hundreds of articles to be made open access each year.

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American Society of Microbiology to Migrate Journals to Atypon’s Literatum Publishing Platform

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The American Society of Microbiology (ASM) has selected Atypon’s Literatum as its new online publishing platform. In addition to its 18 journals, Literatum will also host ASM multimedia, datasets, and supplemental materials.

Hindawi Limited partners with Editage and Impact Science among other service providers to help...

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Hindawi has launched a new author services section of its website, providing authors with the ability to take advantage of a wide range of tools and services to help them make the most of their research throughout the publication process.

Aries Systems and SciScore Partner to Enable Enhanced Rigor and Reproducibility within Editorial Manager

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Aries Systems Corporation, a leading technology workflow solutions supplier to the scholarly publishing community, is pleased to announce its partnership with SciScore™. Aries and SciScore have partnered to integrate Editorial Manager® (EM), a cloud-based manuscript submission and peer review system for scholarly journals, reference works, books and other publications, with SciScore, the leading methods review tool for scientific articles.

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University of Vienna and AIP Publishing sign new ‘Read and Publish’ agreement extend benefits...

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AIP Publishing, a leading not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, is pleased to announce that University of Vienna in Austria has converted their successful “Read and Publish” pilot project, begun in May 2019, into a full agreement. The University of Vienna was the first academic institution to join AIP Publishing’s pilot to develop a sustainable transformative publishing model.

University of Buckingham Press launches Academic Journal Partnership with ScienceOpen

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University of Buckingham Press (UBP) has announced a wide-ranging partnership with research and publishing network ScienceOpen. As part of the agreement, ScienceOpen will host a Super Collection for all UBP journal content as well as individual collections for each of its Journals.

American Chemical Society signs transformative open access agreement with Polish Academic Consortium

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The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is pleased to announce that it has signed a transformative “read and publish” agreement with the Polish Academic Consortium. The agreement, which lasts through 2022, will benefit 51 institutions across Poland and will enable hundreds of articles to be made open access each year.

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STM Learning Launches Subscription Service to Serve Mandatory Reporters of Abuse

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STM Learning, Inc.—a leading publisher of scientific, technical, and medical resources for professionals who serve and protect victims of abuse—has launched a new subscription service to allow mandatory reporters, police, and others access to a wealth of resources, available for an annual subscription.

University of Buckingham Press launches The Buckingham Journal of Education

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University of Buckingham Press (UBP) has published the first Issue of The Buckingham Journal of Education, a new academic journal focussed on the evolution and future of education, published in association with the School of Education at the University of Buckingham.

The Company of Biologists announces e-journal price freeze for 2021

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In recognition of the unprecedented and ongoing challenges facing the library and research communities worldwide, there will be no increase in The Company of Biologists’ e-journal prices in 2021.

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Aalto University Will Enhance its Remote Access Services and Speed Digital Transformation with the...

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Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that Aalto University in Finland has selected the Ex Libris Alma® library services platform and Primo® discovery and delivery solution as part of a drive to upgrade the university’s library.

ProQuest and Kudos partner to help graduate students gain visibility for their dissertations and...

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ProQuest, an EdTech leader with the world’s largest collection of curated dissertations and theses, and Kudos, the award-winning networking and communications tracking service for accelerating research impact, have today announced an initiative that will help graduate students get the best possible exposure for their publications.

Four Leading Research Universities Choose ProQuest’s TDM Studio Solution for Text and Data Mining

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Four universities – Dartmouth College, Syracuse University, the University of Southern California and Flinders University –are the latest higher-education institutions to drive research breakthroughs with ProQuest’s TDM Studio solution.

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