The Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced that PLOS Global Public Health published its initial cohort of papers. PLOS announced the launch of five new journals earlier this year and PLOS Global Public Health is the first of these journals with papers ready for publication.
ChronosHub has chosen The Charlesworth Group to represent them in China. Charlesworth's dedicated national sales team is well placed to represent ChronosHub with their deep insight into bringing publishing solutions for universities to market in China.
AIP Publishing is pleased to announce a Publish on Acceptance option for The Journal of Chemical Physics, APL Photonics and Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy.
IOP Publishing (IOPP) is launching three new, fully open access (OA) journals, extending the publisher’s Environmental Research series. IOPP’s Environmental Research Series now comprises of six titles that collectively address all major areas of environmental science.
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced that PLOS Pathogens is introducing a new technology solution that makes depositing data simpler and more accessible for our authors.
New data on research landscape of 34 countries across South & Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean highlights benefits of an EU-style regional collaborative research organization
ALPSP - the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, has announced the launch of its Careers Hub this week, which is kindly sponsored by Publishers’ Licensing Services.
Leading protocols publisher Springer Nature and protocols.io partner to better understand open research practices
Having easy and open access to protocols and methods sits at the heart of reproducibility in open science. According to a PWC study undertaken for the European Commission, duplicating work due to a lack of awareness of existing research or negative results could cost up to €26 billion in Europe alone.
r, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, today announces that preprints from SSRN, its world-leading early stage research and preprint platform, are now available through Scopus, Elsevier’s abstract and citation database.
De Gruyter has digitized its book archive of over 53,000 titles dating back to 1749. This marks the completion of the De Gruyter Book Archive project, which began in 2017.
For the fourth consecutive year, IOP Publishing (IOPP) is celebrating the significance of Chinese research with its ‘top-cited paper awards’.
Fewer than three years after the first preprint was posted on Research Square, the world’s fastest-growing multidisciplinary preprint platform has surpassed 100,000 preprints.