Editorial

BioOne and CSIRO Publishing Expand Partnership with New eBook Collection

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A newly curated collection of more than 200 eBooks will be available on the BioOne Digital Library in 2024 through an extension of BioOne’s partnership with CSIRO Publishing, an editorially independent business unit of CSIRO, Australia’s National Science Agency.

De Gruyter and American Political Science Association (APSA) sign partnership agreement

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De Gruyter and the American Political Science Association (APSA) are pleased to announce an agreement on a cooperation partnership to publish two new book series: The De Gruyter-APSA Teaching Civic Engagement Series and The De Gruyter-APSA Political Science Professional Development Series.

Introducing CABI Cases in Animal Science and Food Science and Nutrition

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CABI is pleased to introduce two new titles in its collection of case studies: Animal Science Cases and Food Science and Nutrition Cases. The titles have been launched to answer the need for practical, educational resources in these subject areas. CABI Cases are backed by CABI’s longstanding expertise in research and publishing in agriculture, the environment, and the applied life sciences.

Digital Science identifies questionable research at heart of US abortion drug case

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A Digital Science investigation into a series of research papers used in a high-profile abortion drug case in the United States has found that the articles breached publication ethics and used unreliable methods.

AIP Publishing, the American Physical Society and IOP Publishing create new ‘Purpose-Led Publishing’ coalition

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AIP Publishing, the American Physical Society, and IOP Publishing have joined forces to create Purpose-Led Publishing (PLP), a new coalition with a promise to always...

Wiley endorse United2Act initiative

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Wiley has become a signatory of United2Act, an initiative committed to addressing the collective challenge of paper mills in scholarly publishing. We are pleased to announce that Wiley have endorsed the United2Act initiative, which represents a multi-stakeholder strategy dedicated to addressing the issue of paper mills and systematic manipulation at play in research and scholarly publishing.   

Becaris Authors To Benefit From Enago’s Editing Support

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Enago is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the UK publisher, Becaris Publishing, supporting authors in preparing content for publication.  Becaris publishes journals that promote the importance of real-world evidence to support medical research. 

New Author Services Collaboration Between Intellect Books and Enago

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Enago is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the UK publisher, Intellect Books, supporting authors preparing content for publication. Intellect Books is an independent...

ASM expands clinically relevant research with launch of ASM Case Reports

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The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) announces the launch of its new fully open access journal, ASM Case Reports, which will begin publishing case reports in 2025 and accepting submissions starting mid-2024. ASM Case Reports will be a dedicated platform for the prompt publication of high-quality case reports in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases, an extensive and rapidly growing body of research.

OECD working with CLOCKSS and the Global LOCKSS Network to ensure long-term preservation

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OECD is working with both CLOCKSS and the Global LOCKSS Network to ensure the long-term preservation of books, journals, datasets and working papers in the OECD iLibrary. OECD iLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) featuring its books, papers, podcasts and statistics and is the knowledge base of OECD's analysis and data.

ResearchGate and Sage expand Journal Home partnership to cover 100 journals

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Sage, a leading global academic publisher, are excited to announce an expanded partnership that promises greater research...

Taylor & Francis Joins DOAB’s Peer Review Transparency Initiative, PRISM

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Taylor & Francis has announced its support for an initiative to boost researcher confidence in open access (OA) books and promote better understanding of the role of peer review. Peer Review Information Service for Monographs (PRISM) provides a standardized way for publishers to present information about the peer review processes for their titles on the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) platform.