“Ground-breaking” bioethics publishing Platform leads way with open data policy before NIH 2023 mandate
Bioethics Open Research is the first publishing Platform to provide the bioethics field with a FAIR data policy for open access publishing. As the National Institutes of Health (NIH) – the largest funder for the bioethics field - moves to an open, FAIR data policy in 2023, Taylor & Francis have today (7th July) launched Bioethics Open Research to pave the way for bioethicists to publish with confidence in an open access format.
ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Karger Publishers, an international publishing house in Health Sciences, have established a partnership for content syndication.
Clarivate Plc (NYSE:CLVT), a global leader in providing trusted information and insights to accelerate the pace of innovation, today released the 2022 update to its annual Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™. The annual JCR release enables the research community to evaluate the world’s high-quality academic journals using a range of indicators, descriptive data and visualizations.
The amount of new research published open access (OA) in Cambridge’s Transformative Journals (TJs) leaped by almost 70 per cent in 2021. Cambridge University Press revealed the figure in an update to the cOAlition S group of funders on the progress of its TJ programme.
We are delighted to launch Hindawi’s journal reports today. These reports, developed with the help of DataSalon, showcase a range of journal metrics about the different publishing services we provide for our journals. By exposing more detailed data on our workflows – from submission through peer review to publication and beyond
Octopus aims to change the way research is published and improve its quality. Ground-breaking publishing platform Octopus is being launched next week (29 June), and researchers are invited to attend the online event to find out more.
The substantial benefits of open access (OA) publishing are within our reach, but legacy publishers are employing commercial tactics to delay the necessary transition.
Clarivate is disappointed to report that the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) has filed a lawsuit against Clarivate PLC and subsidiaries, including Ex Libris, and ProQuest in connection with our development plans to create a free and open community peer-to-peer sharing platform for metadata created and owned by libraries.
Today OASPA launches a new way to advance open scholarship: Supporter Membership. In commitment to its mission goal to convene community stakeholders to share experiences, discuss problems and identify opportunities in the advancement of open access; and in recognition of the diversity of stakeholders invested in open access, OASPA has launched this new membership category.
Emerald Group, a global academic and social science publishing house and corporate learning business, has been acquired by a family-owned investment firm based in New York.
Initiated by Universities UK, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), public research university ETH Zurich, the ETH Board, Wellcome and The Royal Society, the ‘Stick to Science’ campaign calls for an open, inclusive, and collaborative research and innovation landscape in Europe that is free from political barriers.
Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, and part of RELX, has closed the acquisition of Interfolio, a provider of advanced faculty information solutions for higher education, headquartered in Washington DC, US.