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Elsevier and Kanazawa University in Japan Collaborate to Map University’s Research Performance

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced its collaboration with Kanazawa University in Japan by providing...

Springer partners with the Australian Neuroscience Society

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pringer and the Australian Neuroscience Society (ANS) have entered into a new partnership to publish a series of book titles in neuroscience. The new...

Elsevier and NWO Collaborate to Enhance Research Excellence in the Netherlands

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information solutions and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), today announce their collaboration with a...

The UK contributes over 6,500 digitised museum objects to provide a boost for online...

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About 6,500 newly digitised objects from University College London and the University of Reading’s diverse museum collections are now openly accessible to students, teachers...

BMJ Group wins contract to publish leading military medical title

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International medical publisher BMJ Group will take over production and publication of the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps (JRAMC) from March 2013,...

Science investment plans need to be supported by long-term research funding

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The Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) said David Willetts' announcement today on the government's spending plans for capital investment in...

BMJ Group launches new learning tools for 2013

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BMJ Learning and BMJ Quality are launching new tools to add to the support and learning it already offers to doctors and other healthcare...

Springer launches the “Springer Book Archives”

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Springer now offers online access to 37,000 historic, English-language eBooks with the launch of the Springer Book Archives (SBA) at the 2013 American Library...

Jisc Collections, Open Access Key to launch UK Gold OA article payments pilot

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Jisc Collections, the UK academic community’s shared service for content licensing and administration, has entered into an agreement with Open Access Key (OAK), the online payment...

IOP Publishing endorses KBART

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IOP Publishing endorses the KBART (Knowledge Bases And Related Tools) Recommended Practice, a joint NISO and UKSG initiative, as part of its commitment to...

Russian Government Starts Using Scopus for National Research Assessment

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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced that the Russian government has officially selected Scopus as...

Maney Publishing offers free access to content for fourteen days

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From 4th-18th February 2013, Maney Publishing is running ‘Free Access 14’. For fourteen days Maney is making freely available all the journals in the Materials Science...