University of Buckingham Press (UBP) is delighted to announce the launch of the Journal of Medical Education Research (JMER) to be published in conjunction with the University of Buckingham Medical School. The first Issue is scheduled to be launched mid-2021.
IOP Publishing (IOPP) is revolutionising peer review learning with the launch of the world’s first peer review certification programme dedicated to the physical sciences. ‘Peer review excellence: IOP training and certification’ will give early career researchers the ability to review with confidence, increasing trust and standardising the quality of the process.
Portland Press Limited has partnered with Charlesworth Author Services to provide Portland Press’ global biosciences author community with English language editing and publication support services through English and Chinese local-language web portals.
In the Nature Index 2020 Science Cities supplement, released today, Beijing is named as the top ‘science hotspot’, a position held since 2016, with Boston and New York retaining their standing in the top five.
American Journal Experts (AJE) has partnered with Researcher, a leading platform that brings academics the latest relevant scholarly articles, to offer another crucial form of support: author services.
This month marks 20 years since Palgrave Macmillan revived the Palgrave name, continuing a long tradition of publishing the leading thinkers in the humanities, social sciences and business.
What are the effects of elevated blood sugar on the course of a Covid-19 infection? How has the quarantine changed the eating habits of society? A new Karger publication answers these and many other questions.
Carl Hanser Verlag, one of Germany's leading publishing houses for literature as well as applied engineering, technology, computer science and economics, is transferring its eight scientific journals to the Berlin-based academic publishing house De Gruyter.
Scholastica announces the release of our first report on “The State of Journal Production and Access“ among scholarly society and university publishers. The report details the results of a global survey of 63 individuals working with scholarly society and university publishers that manage and produce academic journals independently.
IOP Publishing has joined Research4Life, a multi-organisation partnership aiming to reduce the knowledge gap between high-income and low-and middle-income countries by making scholarly, professional and research information more accessible.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) research database, Inspec, will now include content from J-STAGE, Japan’s largest database for reviewed academic papers.
Portico now hosts the content from 11 peer-reviewed medical journals from Medknow Publications. The titles listed below are no longer available through any online platform; therefore, they have “triggered” and are freely available to the community via the Portico archive.