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scite partners with Springer Nature for a six-month pilot 

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scite, an award-winning tool that helps students and researchers discover and understand research findings more efficiently through Smart Citations, has partnered with global academic publisher Springer Nature to be listed in the Springer Nature Research Solutions hub for a six-month pilot.

Springer Nature launches new AI-led service to support research decision makers

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Springer Nature today launches a new AI-led service to help research decision makers from academic, government and corporate organizations make informed data driven funding and strategy decisions, enabling them to deliver greater socio-economic impact from their investments in research.

DLA Doubles Datasets

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Data Licensing Alliance, Inc. (DLA), the first marketplace for licensing STEM data for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) purposes, today announced it had doubled the number of datasets on the DLA marketplace.

Technology from SAGE acquires Sciwheel 

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Technology from SAGE, a division of SAGE Publishing, has acquired Sciwheel, an award-winning tool providing library patrons with an easy way to discover, read, annotate, write, and share research. Founded by Vitek Tracz, the entrepreneur behind the Current Opinion journals, Current Drugs, F1000 and BioMed Central, Sciwheel was created to go beyond traditional reference management by assisting students and researchers throughout the entire writing process.

“Ground-breaking” bioethics publishing Platform leads way with open data policy before NIH 2023 mandate

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Bioethics Open Research is the first publishing Platform to provide the bioethics field with a FAIR data policy for open access publishing. As the National Institutes of Health (NIH) – the largest funder for the bioethics field - moves to an open, FAIR data policy in 2023, Taylor & Francis have today (7th July) launched Bioethics Open Research to pave the way for bioethicists to publish with confidence in an open access format.

ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing 2022: Shortlist announced

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The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), is pleased to announce the shortlist for the ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing 2022. Applications for the annual awards were open to any new development, product, service or project which is both innovative and of significant value to scholarly communication. The winners are asked to demonstrate excellence in terms of originality, innovation, value to the community, utility and long-term viability.

ResearchGate and Karger Publishers Announce Partnership to Support Researchers in Health Sciences

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ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Karger Publishers, an international publishing house in Health Sciences, have established a partnership for content syndication.

Ground-breaking open research platform, Octopus, to launch 

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Octopus aims to change the way research is published and improve its quality. Ground-breaking publishing platform Octopus is being launched next week (29 June), and researchers are invited to attend the online event to find out more.

Taylor & Francis chooses the Charlesworth Gateway to integrate its submission workflow into WeChat

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Taylor & Francis has partnered with the Charlesworth Group to integrate its manuscript submission workflow into WeChat, using the Charlesworth Gateway. Authors based in China submitting articles to over a thousand Taylor & Francis journals will now be able to access regular status updates on their submission, in Chinese via WeChat.  

Aries Systems and Elsevier to further advance diversity, inclusion and equity in publishing

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Aries Systems Corporation, a leading technology workflow solutions provider to the scholarly publishing community, in partnership with Elsevier, a global leader in information and analytics, is pleased to announce the opportunity for editors, reviewers, and authors to choose to self-report their gender identity, race and ethnicity within Aries’ manuscript submission and peer review tracking system, Editorial Manager® (EM).

EdTech Leader BibliU Raises $15M in Series B Funding

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BibliU, provider of a Learning Enablement platform, today announced details of its Series B funding. The company has raised the first tranche of $15M led by its current investors with participation from new investors. The funds are targeted for expansion in the U.S. market, including new product development, additional publisher partnerships and further investments in sales and marketing.

 Overleaf reaches 10 million users worldwide

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Cloud-based software company Overleaf has reached 10 million users in 189 countries around the world, thanks to strong and sustained user growth among university academics, students, research institutions and industry.