Cabells’ Predatory Reports database recently surpassed 15,000 individual predatory journal entries. This represents a nearly fourfold increase in the number of predatory journals listed since the resource launched in 2017 with 4,000 titles, showing consistent growth to keep pace with the ever-expanding universe of predatory publishing operators.
Wolters Kluwer, Health has continued to build its customer base in the UK, gaining six new customers for its clinical decision support tool UpToDate and drug information tool Lexicomp. This follows significant growth in 2020 and highlights increased demand for evidence-based decision support tools, especially during the pandemic.
Researchers at the University of Iowa (UI) will soon be able to reach new audiences around the world, thanks to a transformative “read and publish” agreement with the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity and FinELib, a consortium of Finnish universities, universities of applied sciences, research institutes and public libraries, have entered an Open Access Read and Publish agreement. The full release can be accessed here.
De Gruyter is collaborating with 67 Bricks to deliver the next phase of the publisher’s digital transformation and has recruited Brian Bishop, who joins the Berlin-based publishing house in a newly created role as Vice President Digital Transformation.
Digital Science, a technology company with a vision of a trusted and collaborative research ecosystem driving progress for all, is pleased to announce the launch of a new version of its popular Dimensions platform - Dimensions Life Sciences & Chemistry (Dimensions L&C) - focused on life sciences and chemistry research activities.
Fewer than three years after the first preprint was posted on Research Square, the world’s fastest-growing multidisciplinary preprint platform has surpassed 100,000 preprints.
The Health Research Alliance (HRA) and PLOS are pleased to announce the winners and honorable mentions of the Reimagine Biomedical Research for a Healthier Future Essay Challenge. The biomedical research enterprise experienced a year of reckoning in 2020.
Karger Publishers is a globally active independent publisher dedicated to serving the information needs of the scientific community, clinicians, and patients. The Karger publishing program encompasses more than 100 peer-reviewed journals (including a number of Gold and Platinum Open Access journals) and over 9,000 books, as well as video and interactive content for visualization and education.
RCNi Plus brings together an extensive range of resources and new personalisation features to equip nursing professionals with the information they need to deliver best practice
Global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ, continues to drive open access to medical research with...
MJ Medicine's mission is to create a healthier world through the publication of influential multispecialty medical research, reviews,
AIP Publishing, a leading not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, announced that it has reached a three-year, Read and Publish agreement with the renowned TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology in Hanover, Germany.