ResearchGate and Wiley today announced a pilot that will make articles published in selected Wiley journals available on the ResearchGate platform. The pilot aims to save authors time, enhance the visibility and discoverability of their peer-reviewed research, and measure the impact of their work.
Karger is the first scientific publisher to sign a transformative Open Access (OA) agreement in Iceland. The contract provides access to all Karger e-journals (including backfiles) and enables OA publishing with no additional cost to authors.
With the pandemic highlighting the need for international cooperation, this year’s Research Data Alliance (RDA) Plenary virtual conference, 20-23 April 2021, will focus on ’global mechanisms for data reuse’.
Academics can now access language editing and translation services on their smartphone with the launch of Elsevier’s Mini Program on WeChat. The service provides convenient and easy access to get quotes and submit inquiries with just a few finger taps.
IReL and Taylor & Francis Group have signed a new transformative agreement for three years starting in March 2021. IReL is a licensing consortium of nine participating Irish publicly-funded higher education institutions.
Springer Nature has signed its first ever institutional open access (OA) book agreement with the University of California, Berkeley Library. The agreement will cover a broad range of book titles across all disciplines — from humanities and social sciences to sciences, technology and mathematics and, starting in 2021 and running for at least three years, will provide open access funding to UC Berkeley affiliated authors.
Today, the University of Tsukuba launched its own open access publishing hub that will enable researchers to publish in either English or Japanese. The hub, which is hosted on the F1000Research site, adopts its pioneering approach to open science publishing.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. today announced a new four-year open access agreement with IReL, an e-resource licensing consortium for Irish institutions, to accelerate open access publishing and increase visibility for more than 150,000 students and researchers across Ireland.
Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, have chosen KGL PubFactory, a division of KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. (KGL), to build its first unified hosting platform.
Scholarly publishing technology provider, HighWire, is thrilled to have once again renewed its long standing partnership with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL).
Leading single sign-on provider OpenAthens has announced the winner of its Best Publisher User Experience (UX) Award for 2021. The identity and access management specialist revealed winner nkoda at its 2021 Access Lab conference which took place on Tuesday 16 March.
Scholarly publishing technology provider HighWire, currently celebrating its 25th year of business, has expanded its global footprint with its first customer in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Medical Journal (SMJ).