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Jisc welcomes 100th UK institution to ORCID consortium 

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Jisc has welcomed Bangor University as the 100th UK institution to join the international ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) consortium.  ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based organisation that provides a hub to connect researchers with institutional, funder, publisher, and other researcher identifier (the unique number given to every researcher which can be attributed to all their work) systems.  

Announcing the World’s First Curation of Scientific Conference Presentations: Underline Science, Streaming the World’s...

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We created Underline Science in 2019 with a specific vision of curating scientific conference presentations into a streaming video platform. Our founder, Alex Lazinica an AI/robotics researcher, and our experienced team understood it is impossible for researchers to be at every important conference, let alone attend every important presentation at the conferences they are able to be at in person.

Scholastica announces integration with Altmetric Badges for its OA Publishing Platform

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Scholastica, a leading software solutions provider for academic journals, announced today that its open access publishing platform now includes an Altmetric Badge integration option to help journals, their authors, and readers track alternative impact indicators for articles.

Top Publisher Shares Benchmarks on OA Progress

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The transition to open access is the driving force in research today. Publishers have an important role to play in ensuring that all findings are widely accessible from the moment they are published to better enable solutions to real-world problems – of which there are no shortage. With higher demand for peer-reviewed research fueled by the pandemic, the climate crisis, and other issues threatening public health and wellbeing, Wiley is proud to deliver more research more openly than ever before.

Clarivate Identifies the Role of Research and Innovation in the World’s Shift to Sustainable...

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Clarivate Plc, today released a new report, A study of energy in transition: the role of research and innovation in the world’s shift to sustainable energy sources. It finds that innovation activity in the sustainable energy space is tailing off, as research and inventive activities for respective renewable develops at different paces.

AAAS Selects Cadmore Media to Host Streaming Content on Science.org

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In line with recent undertakings to improve the user experience and accessibility, The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) – publisher of the Science Family of Journals – has selected Cadmore Media as its streaming partner on science.org. This will result in improved accessibility and discoverability of streaming content on the site, as well as a more efficient workflow for internal production staff.

De Gruyter enters strategic partnership with Bristol University Press

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De Gruyter is pleased to announce its global strategic partnership in eBook distribution with Bristol University Press (BUP). Berlin-based academic publisher De Gruyter will host and distribute the complete frontlist and backlist collections encompassing over 2,000 titles from Bristol University Press and its imprint

Applications open for Best publisher UX award 2023

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OpenAthens, which makes access to knowledge easy through single sign-on solutions, opens applications for its Best publisher user experience (UX) award 2023. The award is a fantastic opportunity for online publishers to demonstrate how their innovative work improves user experience. Publishers must submit their application form by Friday 18 November 2022.

Major expansion of Cambridge open access monographs programme

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More than 100 academic monographs are to be included in an expanded open access scheme from Cambridge University Press. They will be part of the publisher’s Flip it Open programme, which turns conventional publishing models on their head by making academic monographs that sell the most copies available open access.

Optica Publishing Group signs Read and Publish agreements with IReL and Jisc

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Optica Publishing Group (formerly OSA) is pleased to announce two new Read and Publish agreements, one with the Irish Research eLibrary (IReL) and another with Jisc, the UK higher, further education and skills sectors’ not-for-profit organization for digital services and solutions.

PeerJ and the University of Kansas announce three year membership program, providing an alternative...

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We are delighted to announce an agreement with University of Kansas (KU) Libraries to join our Three-Year Memberships Program, giving their faculty a high-quality and sustainable Open Access publishing option. Under the agreement, which provides an alternative to Article Processing Charges (APCs) for OA, KU Libraries will cover the cost of Three-Year Memberships in their entirety.

Elsevier partners with World Federation for Mental Health to bring awareness to the global...

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Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, joins World Federation for Mental Health and all global citizens affected by mental illnesses to observe World Mental Health Day.