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BioOne Announces Early Publisher Commitments to Subscribe to Open Pilot

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BioOne, the leading nonprofit aggregator in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences, is proud to announce the first wave of publishing partners to commit to its 2026 Subscribe to Open (S2O) pilot. To date, 20 titles from 13 societies, museums, and independent presses have confirmed their participation, with up to 50 more eligible to join throughout the 2024 signup year.

Peer Review Week 2024 Explores the Intersection of Innovation and Technology

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This year’s Peer Review Week (PRW), an annual event to celebrate the value of peer review that brings together scholarly communication stakeholders, including academic publishers, associations, institutions, and researchers, will be dedicated to the theme “Innovation and Technology in Peer Review.”

NISO’s Draft Revision of the Journal Article Version (JAV) Recommended Practice Now Open for...

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The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) announced today that its draft revision of the Journal Article Version (JAV) Recommended Practice is open for public comment through July 7, 2024, at the project web page.

STM comments on the report on “access and re-use of scientific publications and data”

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The International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers (STM) acknowledges the recent release of the report, “Improving access to and reuse of R&I results”, authorized by the European Commission. While STM fully agrees with the intent of the PPMi-led effort, the trade organisation has multiple concerns with the final report and its characterization of access and re-use in Europe, as well as with the preparation phase and process.

ResearchGate and Bentham Science Publishers announce Journal Home partnership

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Bentham Science Publishers, a science, technology, and medical publisher for academic researchers and industry professionals, today announced a new partnership utilising ResearchGate’s innovative Journal Home offering.

Wolters Kluwer Health Collab Launches New Database for Medical Research

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Wolters Kluwer Health, in collaboration with International Food Information Service (IFIS Publishing), today announced the launch of an exclusive interdisciplinary health research database, Ovid Nutrition and Health (Ovid NutriHealth). The new resource explores the unique relationship between diet, health and the prevention and treatment of various ailments that can impact a person’s overall wellbeing.

ResearchGate and PLOS announce new Journal Home partnership to cover complete portfolio

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and PLOS, a leading nonprofit Open Access publisher, are pleased to announce a new partnership that will enhance the visibility and reach of all PLOS journals through ResearchGate’s innovative Journal Home offering.

Seegene and Springer Nature Announce Strategic Alliance

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Seegene Inc. (KQ096530), a leading South Korean company providing a total solution for PCR molecular diagnostics, announced on May 16th the signing of a strategic alliance agreement with Springer Nature, the publisher of the prestigious scientific journal, Nature.

Penny Ladkin-Brand Appointed Chief Executive of Taylor & Francis

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Penny Ladkin-Brand joins the Informa Leadership Team as the Chief Executive of Taylor & Francis. She brings considerable growth-oriented leadership experience in specialist publishing, digital acceleration and the development of online platforms.

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.