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Wiley and Virginia Library Consortium VIVA announce three year open access agreement

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Global research and education leader Wiley today announced a three year open access agreement with VIVA, a consortium of more than seventy libraries and academic institutions throughout the US state of Virginia, to begin in 2022.

AIP Publishing Announces Three-Year Read & Publish Agreement with Jisc

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AIP Publishing, a leading not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, has reached a three-year Read and Publish agreement with Jisc, an academic not-for-profit that advances digital technologies in support of education and research in the United Kingdom.

Frontiers’ statement on UNESCO Open Science Recommendation

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Frontiers welcomes the news on the unanimous adoption of The UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. Together with UNESCO, we recognize the urgency of addressing complex and interconnected environmental, social and economic challenges facing the world and the vital importance of science, technology and innovation in response to these challenges

IntechOpen expands partnership with Research4Life

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As we continuously work to break down the barriers of access to knowledge and information, we are proud to announce that now our entire catalog of over 5,500 Open Access books will be available through the Research4Life platform. 

LibLynx & PSI Metrics deliver industry reporting milestone for PLOS

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A collaboration between LibLynx & PSI Metrics has enabled the Public Library of Science (PLOS) to become the first wholly Open Access (OA) publisher to deliver Release 5 COUNTER-compliant usage reporting to the library community. This is an important milestone in the development of usage reporting that meets the growing needs of the OA movement.

ACS transparent peer review offers more insight into the peer review process

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As a part of its commitment to open science, the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is piloting a new peer review process, called transparent peer review, in two of its journals, ACS Central Science and The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. For authors and reviewers who choose to participate, transparent peer review makes the reviewers’ comments and the authors’ response to the reviewers visible to readers of a published article.

Frontiers and University of Southern Denmark form OA publishing agreement

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The University Library of University of Southern Denmark (SDU) supports its researchers in making their research more widely available. As part of this support, SDU has entered an institutional agreement with Frontiers. Under the terms of this agreement, eligible authors from SDU may publish in any Frontiers journal with a 10% discount.

Announcing the MIT Press Grant Program for Diverse Voices

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New initiative extends the Press’s commitment to the publication of books by historically underrepresented authors through direct financial support

Elsevier announced as official event partner for ConTech Pharma 2021

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ConTech Pharma event partner Elsevier explains why: “Digital Transformation is critical to facilitating R&D industry innovation and we at Elsevier view FAIR Data as a crucial element of this process. 

“Our sense of priorities is upside down. Data is always more important than articles...

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One of the really big questions from the opening keynote at ConTech 2021 from David Worlock, Chief Research Fellow, Outsell Inc – David will also make available to delegates a brand new article based on his keynote – “After content; The emerging world of information and intelligence”

AJE Launches Powerful New AI-Based Editing Service

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AJE announces the launch of its new AI-based Digital Editing service, capable of thoroughly editing entire research manuscripts in under 10 minutes. 

PLOS Achieves Usage Reporting Milestone

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The Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced that it is the first wholly Open Access (OA) publisher to deliver Release 5 COUNTER-compliant usage reporting to the library community. This is an important milestone in the development of usage reporting that meets the growing needs of the OA movement.