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Unicamp and Taylor & Francis Sign the University’s First Transformative Agreement

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The State University of Campinas (Unicamp), one of Latin America’s leading institutions, has announced a new partnership with Taylor & Francis to increase the global reach and impact of its research through open access (OA) publishing.

Elsevier and SCELC Establish Partnership to Expand Open Access in Elsevier Journals

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Elsevier, a global leader in information analytics and scientific publishing, is pleased to announce an innovative partnership with the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC) with a focus on open access. The read and publish transformative agreement, effective from January 2024 for all 37 participating SCELC members, signifies substantial advancement in open scholarship and community engagement while also providing critically important research content to students and researchers.

De Gruyter now connected to OA Switchboard

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As part of the ongoing commitment to an open future, De Gruyter is pleased to announce a new partnership with the OA Switchboard, a collaborative initiative designed to simplify and streamline the sharing of information about open access publications between institutions, libraries, funders, and publishers.

Cell Press renews partnership with the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission

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Cell Press, a global leader in scientific publishing, announces the extension of a partnership begun in 2018 with the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission (BMSTC), which oversees science and technology initiatives in Beijing.

ResearchGate and Akadémiai Kiadó announce new Journal Home partnership

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Akadémiai Kiadó (AK),Hungary’s oldest continuously operating publishing house and a leading scientific publisher in Central and Eastern Europe, today announced a new partnership that will enhance the reach and visibility for a group of AK journals through ResearchGate’s innovative Journal Homeoffering.

GetFTR collaborates with Crossref to support Research Integrity

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GetFTR, the cross-industry initiative aimed at streamlining the researcher journey from discovery to access, is proud to announce a significant enhancement to their core service which will expose retraction and errata information to researchers at the point of discovery.

European Parliament report author says “academic freedom is under pressure in EU”  

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Professor Peter Maassen, lead author of the European Parliament Academic Freedom Monitor 2023 report, has said “it is worrying that recent studies undertaken for the European Parliament Academic Freedom Monitor show that academic freedom is under pressure in many EU Member States” in comment published today (13 May) ahead of a key public discussion on academic freedom.  

Manuela Gerlof and Maurits van den Boogert become Chief Publishing Officers

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Manuela Gerlof and Maurits van den Boogert have been appointed De Gruyter Brill’s Chief Publishing Officers in a dual leadership role, joining the Management Board. They will replace Jasmin Lange, who has decided to leave De Gruyter Brill.

Answer the Call! Propose a Session for the 2024 NISO Plus Global/Online Conference

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What are the top priorities and concerns facing your organization? What are the biggest opportunities or risks, and how should the information community address them?

Silverchair Releases New AI Playground for Safe & Transparent Experimentation

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Silverchair announced the release of a new AI Playground, the latest from the Silverchair AI Lab, which launched earlier this year with three active prototypes. The AI Lab was designed as a space to transparently pilot potential AI solutions, and the AI Playground is a natural extension of that mission.

Researchers from over 3700 global institutions now supported by Springer Nature Transformative Agreements

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Springer Nature now supports researchers from over 3700 institutions, across six continents, with open access (OA) publication via its Transformative Agreements (TA). The continued growth of the publisher's TAs underscores the Springer Nature’s in accelerating the global transition to OA, ensuring all who want to publish OA can do so regardless of location or funding.

ResearchGate and The Royal Society expand Journal Home partnership to cover full journal portfolio

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and the Royal Society, the UK’s national science academy and the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence in the world, are delighted to announce a further expansion of their Journal Home partnership to cover all the Royal Society’s journals and more than 45,000 articles increasing their visibility and global readership.