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Cell Press renews partnership with the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission

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Cell Press, a global leader in scientific publishing, announces the extension of a partnership begun in 2018 with the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission (BMSTC), which oversees science and technology initiatives in Beijing.

Launch of UPLOpen.com: Revolutionizing Access to Open Knowledge and Empowering Global Sustainability Goals

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In an ambitious move to democratize access to scholarly knowledge and advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), the De Gruyter eBound Foundation is thrilled to unveil UPLOpen.com, a product of University Press Library Open (UPLO), an innovative website that curates high-quality, open access scholarship from the world’s leading university presses.

Springer Nature’s new photography exhibition shows scientists at work around the world, to inspire...

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A new outside art project from Springer Nature Group launches this week in Kings Cross to mark Earth month, turning the area into one of the largest outdoor galleries in London.  Titled ‘What Does A Scientist Look Like?’ the exhibition will showcase award-winning photography from Nature’s ‘Where I Work’ editorial feature, published since 2019. 

ResearchGate and Wiley’s Journal Home partnership expands to 700 journals

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, todayannounced a further expansion of their Journal Home partnership with Wiley to now encompass 700 journals.

Research integrity experts call for new forensics discipline

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A new field of forensics is being proposed by research integrity experts to recognize their investigations into unscrupulous research behavior and misuse of scholarship: Forensic Scientometrics.

The State University of New York Press (SUNY) Joins the University Press Library Program...

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Paradigm Publishing Services, a division of De Gruyter Brill, and the State University of New York (SUNY) Press have signed a partnership agreement allowing libraries access to the complete collection of SUNY Press titles.

New research shows UK Publishing Sector is worth £11 Billion to UK Economy

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The Publishers Association has today released new research showing that the UK’s publishing sector is worth an extraordinary £11 billion overall to the economy, and is the global leader in book exports- a phenomenal cultural achievement for the UK.

IOP Publishing celebrates outstanding peer reviewers 

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Recognising how important peer review is for preserving the quality and integrity of physical science research, IOP Publishing (IOPP) is proud to announce their recipients of the Outstanding Reviewer Awards. These awards are given every year to celebrate reviewers whose peer review reports stood out over the past year. 

CABI to publish CABI Agriculture and Bioscience after management by BMC

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CABI is pleased to announce that CABI Agriculture and Bioscience will be published by CABI from 1 January 2025. It has been successfully managed by BioMed Central (BMC) in collaboration with CABI since the journal was launched in June 2020. The time is right for CABI Agriculture and Bioscience to take its place alongside CABI’s other journals on the CABI Digital Library launched in July 2022.

ResearchGate and Taylor & Francis expand Journal Home partnership to 400 journals

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Taylor & Francis, a world-renowned academic publisher, today announced a significant expansion of their Journal Home partnership, doubling coverage from 200 to 400 journals in 2024.

The British Institute of Radiology launches new open access AI journal

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The British Institute of Radiology (BIR), building on its renowned heritage in radiology and radiation oncology, has launched a new open access journal, BJR|Artificial Intelligence. This new journal further builds on the successful portfolio of BIR journals, including flagship journal BJR¸ as well as BJR|Open and BJR|Case Reports.

Charlesworth partners with the Association for Computing Machinery to provide WeChat marketing services in...

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Charlesworth is happy to announce an extension to our partnership with ACM to include WeChat marketing services in China. Charlesworth currently provides sales representation services in China, which includes managing the largest transformational publishing deal in China between ACM and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.