Taylor & Francis announces a new international collective funding pilot, Pledge to Open, which aims to publish 70 open access (OA) books on a broad range of global issues, including climate change, mental health, women’s rights, and race.
NIH and other funding agencies, however, are putting the kibosh on the approach. On 23 June, NIH banned the use of online generative AI tools like ChatGPT “for analyzing and formulating peer-review critiques”—likely spurred in part by a letter from Siegle, who is at the University of Pittsburgh, and colleagues.
Wiley a knowledge company and global leader in research, publishing and knowledge solutions, has rolled out a series of new initiatives to accelerate innovation in research publishing including its Innovation Lab, Researcher Fellowship program, and Innovation Certification in Scholarly Publishing.
The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) is pleased to announce the publication of the Peer Review Terminology Standard (ANSI/NISO Z39.106-2023), which will support open research by simplifying the communication of peer review roles and practices and fostering greater transparency in the peer review process.
This year’s Peer Review Week (PRW), an annual event to celebrate the value of peer review that brings together scholarly communication stakeholders, including academic publishers, associations, institutions, and researchers, will be dedicated to the theme “Peer Review and The Future of Publishing.”
IOP Publishing, a leading society owned scientific publisher, is announcing significant changes to its esteemed journal, Reports on Progress in Physics™. The move will modernise the title and position it at the pinnacle of the publisher’s extensive physics portfolio.
Clarivate Unveils Journal Citation Reports 2023 – a Trusted Resource to Support Research Integrity...
Clarivate, a global leader in connecting people and organizations to intelligence they can trust to transform their world, today released the 2023 update to its annual Journal Citation Reports™ (JCR)™. This annual release identifies more than 21,500 high-quality academic journals from across 250+ scientific and research disciplines.
Global publisher Springer Nature has opened applications for a new Researcher in Residence programme. The scheme is part of a number of initiatives undertaken by the publisher to improve representation across the communities they work with and will involve two active researchers working in the London or Berlin office for 10 working days per month for a three month period.
Clarke & Esposito is pleased to announce the release of "International STM Publishing in China: State of the Market Report 2023" – developed in collaboration with Osmanthus Consulting. This analysis of China's rapidly evolving scientific, technical, and medical (STM) journals sector provides actionable insights and strategic recommendations for publishers and publisher service providers working in this critically important market.
For the second year running, China sees the largest increase in research output among top-ten countries. The Nature Index Annual Tables reveal the institutions that have helped China surpass the United States as the leading country in the natural sciences.
The Transformative Journal (TJ) model was one of the strategies cOAlition S developed to help subscription publishers transition to full and immediate Open Access (OA) in a defined timeframe. This report looks at the data provided by the participating publishers for the calendar year 2022
The American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS) have renewed a partnership agreement. A signing ceremony was held on June 17 at the 33rd CCS Congress at the Hongdao International Convention and Exhibition Center in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China.