Editorial

DOAJ reaches 20,000 journals

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Today, the DOAJ team is happy to share a significant milestone with our community: the Directory of Open Access Journals now proudly lists 20,000 journals! This achievement is not just a number; it is a testament to our rigorous evaluation process and dedication to ensuring the trustworthiness and quality of scholarly journals in our index.

Springer Nature and authors successfully use generative AI to publish academic book

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As part of an innovative experiment, Springer Nature has become the first publisher to create a whole new academic book by empowering authors to use GPT as part of the integrated workflow.

ReviewerCredits and Prophy join forces: A big step forward for community-driven peer-review

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Prophy and Reviewer Credits have announced that they are entering into a partnership that will alleviate the problem of finding peer reviewers. The two will enable a new solution based on AI-powered optimization from a pool of vetted and verified peer reviewers. This new partnership will solve the ‘bounce back’ issue inherent to finding reviewers, increase scientific transparency, and reward those researchers who carry out this vital task.

Clarivate Accurately Forecasts Four New 2023 Nobel Prize Laureates 

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Clarivate Plc, a global leader in connecting people and organizations to intelligence they can trust to transform their world, today celebrates the four new Nobel Laureates who were accurately identified as potential Nobel Prize recipients. Ferenc Krausz, Moungi G. Bawendi, Louis E. Braus and Claudia Goldin were named to the Citation Laureates™ list from Clarivate™ several years before being recognized by the Nobel Assembly.  

Future Science Group launches new open access journal: Future Medicine AI

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Future Science Group (FSG) has launched Future Medicine AI, a new open access, peer-reviewed journal committed to advancing the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine.

Taylor & Francis Launches Specialist Network to Help Authors Find the Right Journal for...

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New Communication & Media Studies Network Also Offers Time-Saving Transfer Service. Having an article rejected is a fact of academic life but a new journal network launched by Taylor & Francis aims to make that a more positive experience for researchers in Communication and Media Studies.

CACTUS Ready to Celebrate Peer Review Week 2023

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Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a science communication and technology company, is ready to celebrate Peer Review Week 2023 from September 25 to 29, 2023. Editage, the flagship brand of CACTUS devoted to empowering researchers to achieve publication success and facilitating robust peer review processes, will be celebrating this global event that recognizes the essential role of peer review in scholarly publishing.

Media Release: Karger Publishers Expands Its Open Access Portfolio with an Up-and-Coming Publication for Basic...

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Introducing Immune System, Karger’s latest Open Access journal. The new peer-reviewed journal will focus in Immunology with a special attention to Environmental Immunology, Immunomics and Immunotherapy, bridging clinical, preclinical and translational investigations. 

Editage Launches Research Companion: A Holistic Approach to Empower US Researchers

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Editage — a brand of Cactus Communications (CACTUS) —  a science communication and technology company —  unveiled its publication support service tailored for US researchers. This comprehensive service aims to assist researchers at every step, from manuscript crafting to its broader dissemination

Oxford University Press to launch new interdisciplinary research resource to inform global policy and...

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Oxford University Press (OUP) is launching Oxford Intersections, a new resource combining original research from multiple academic disciplines centred on a complex global topic.

Canadian Science Publishing partners with SORTEE to promote open science

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Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Society for Open, Reproducible and Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (SORTEE). 

Frontiers implements new policy to counter ‘Authorship-for-sale’ 

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Frontiers has today published a new author policy designed to help prevent cases of “authorship-for-sale” among its research publications, a term used throughout the industry which refers to the unethical practice of buying or selling authorship on research papers.