Transformative Agreement Signed between the Microbiology Society and Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
The Microbiology Society and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore are thrilled to announce a transformative Publish and Read agreement starting in 2023. This marks the Microbiology Society’s first agreement of its kind in India, continuing its goal to support Open Access (OA) publishing for microbiologists across the globe.
cOAlition S supports efforts to improve copyright framework for research
opyright retention has been at the core of Plan S since its inception. Its first principle is that authors or their institutions retain copyright to their work. The Rights Retention Strategy aims to ensure that authors retain their rights and comply with funders´ mandates of immediate open access under open licenses while publishing in the venue of their choice.
BMJ signs its first Read and Publish agreement in the U.S.
Leading global healthcare knowledge provider, BMJ, has entered into its first Read and Publish agreement in the United States with Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries. The agreement allows MSU's affiliated corresponding authors to publish their primary research open access (OA) at no cost to them.
Trio of OA agreements in Asia mark a first for IOP Publishing
IOP Publishing (IOPP) has secured its first transformative agreements (TAs) in Asia, reflecting the society publisher’s ambition to deliver open access (OA) at scale globally.
UK universities renew national open access deal with Frontiers
Researchers from over 160 UK universities will continue to benefit from a simplified and streamlined route to open access publishing, thanks to the renewal of JISC collections’ partnership with gold open access publisher Frontiers.
ACS signs transformative agreement with Nara Institute of Science and Technology
The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) announces a transformative, open access, “read and publish” agreement with Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST).
Transformative Agreement Signed between the Microbiology Society and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
The Microbiology Society and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences are pleased to announce a transformative agreement starting in 2023. The Publish and Read model will allow affiliated researchers the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences to publish an unlimited number of Open Access (OA) articles in hybrid and fully OA titles, as well as having full read access the Society’s journals portfolio.
Springer Nature continues to drive global OA transition with new Transformative Agreements in America,...
Springer Nature has agreed multiple new transformative agreements (TA) which will significantly expand the global reach and support for OA publishing and increase the momentum internationally for open science. These latest agreements expand Springer Nature’s support for OA across America, Asia, Europe and Africa.
New Read & Publish announcement from The Company of Biologists
We are delighted to announce that the number of institutions participating in our cost-neutral Read & Publish Open Access (OA) initiative has increased by 45% since...
First successful projects selected for funding through new open access community framework
Three OA publishing initiatives to be fully funded through 2022 pilot scheme that aims to boost smaller publishers and improve decision-making A new approach for supporting diversity in the open access (OA) marketplace, in which UK higher education institutions pledge to support publishers over a three-year period, has achieved funding targets for three initiatives.
Renewal of Read & Publish Open Access agreement between The Company of Biologists and...
Researchers at seven leading institutions in Israel can continue to publish an uncapped number of research articles immediately OA without charge in The Company’s hybrid journals – Development, Journal of Cell Science and Journal of Experimental Biology. They also have unlimited access to the journals and their archives dating back to 1853.
HEAL-Link launches open research publishing hub with F1000
HEAL-Link has partnered with open research publisher F1000 to launch HEAL1000, an open research publishing hub in Greece for all researchers affiliated with its 43 member institutions.