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ConTech 2022 unlocking the secrets of transformation from chaos to clarity

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ConTech 2022 will be a hybrid event on the 29th & 30th November with the physical event taking place once again at The Marriott...

Make research integrity training mandatory say 73% of Australian researchers in first national survey

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Springer Nature and the Australian Academy of Science release first national survey on attitudes towards research integrity in Australia. The results of the first national survey to investigate research integrity in Australia, a collaboration between the Australian Academy of Science and publisher Springer Nature, indicate broad support for mandatory research integrity training.

Karger Publishers and Molecular Connections Collaborate to Enrich Metadata and Build Decision Support System

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Karger Publishers and Molecular Connections have entered a technical collaboration to enrich metadata and build a future ready decision support system. Molecular Connections Pvt. Ltd. and Karger Publishers have entered into a technical collaboration to enhance search and retrieval of Karger content, build an analytics dashboard to support business decisions, and improve editorial efficiency by machine learning applications.

Cochrane releases RevMan Web software for non-Cochrane systematic reviews

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Cochrane is delighted to announce the availability for the first time of RevMan Web, its popular, web-based systematic-review production software, to the wider community beyond Cochrane – to support evidence synthesis development and evidence-based medicine education.

The 2022 OASPA Online Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing issues call for contributions

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The OASPA annual conference brings the open access community together to discuss new developments and innovations in scholarly publishing, and unite in our shared goal to enable research around the world to be openly accessible. 

De Gruyter launches not-for-profit foundation: De Gruyter eBound

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De Gruyter, independent scholarly publisher and founder of the University Press Library distribution model, is launching De Gruyter eBound, a not-for-profit foundation, in the United States. The initiative’s goal is to support the publishing, sustainability, and accessibility of mission-driven scholarly monographs for not-for-profit and Open Access publishers.

American Chemical Society CEO announces his retirement

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The American Chemical Society (ACS) today announced that Thomas Connelly, Jr., Ph.D., will retire from his position as ACS chief executive officer at the end of the year after more than seven years of serving in this role. In addition to effectively navigating the organization through the unprecedented challenges of a global pandemic, he has led the organization as it strengthened its core values, transformed its membership and launched new initiatives.

BMJ joins STM Integrity Hub, an industry initiative to protect research integrity

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BMJ is pleased to announce that it is an official participating member of the  STM Integrity Hub, a potentially powerful platform being built to detect integrity issues in manuscripts submitted for publication to scholarly journals.

Taylor & Francis supports new ORCID initiative to improve visibility and reduce administrative burden...

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Taylor & Francis Group is one of the organizations supporting a new ORCID initiative that will improve the visibility of more researchers and reduce the administrative burden for their institutions. The Global Participation Fund (GPF) will provide grants for community outreach and technical integration in parts of the world currently underrepresented in ORCID participation.

Two new journals established to support ACS’ growing applied materials portfolio

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The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is pleased to announce the launch of two new journals this spring, ACS Applied Engineering Materials and ACS Applied Optical Materials. The journals will be guided by ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces Editor in Chief Kirk Schanze, Ph.D., and each will be under the leadership of a deputy editor.

Royal Society of Chemistry launches three new sustainability-focused journals

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We have announced the upcoming launches of three new journals themed around sustainability, as part of our ongoing commitment to support the chemical sciences in facing up to global sustainability challenges.

Cactus Communications celebrates 20 years of serving academia and life sciences organizations worldwide

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Cactus Communications (CACTUS) celebrates 20 years of excellence and innovation today. Founded in 2002 with the aim of helping researchers break the language barrier and getting published in international journals, CACTUS is now a multimillion-dollar technology company with 1200 full-time employees, 4500 freelancers, and 800 contractors from over 190 countries.