ResearchGate and Cambridge University Press & Assessment announce new Journal Home partnership

ResearchGate, the professional network for researchers, and Cambridge University Press (Cambridge), the academic and Bibles publisher of Cambridge University Press & Assessment, today announced a new Journal Home partnership for sixteen of CUP’s open access (OA) journals – including their innovative Cambridge Prisms and Research Directions titles. This partnership aims to increase these journals’ global reach and engagement through ResearchGate’s 25 million researcher members.  

All version-of-record content from the sixteen journals will be made available on ResearchGate, including newly published articles and all archive material. Additionally, the journals will benefit from enhanced visibility through dedicated profiles for each journal, and prominent journal branding activated across all associated article pages and other touchpoints on the ResearchGate platform.

The new partnership will also provide enhanced services for Cambridge authors. All authors in the participating journals will have their articles automatically added to their profiles on ResearchGate and will gain access to statistics highlighting the impact of their work, including who is reading and citing their research. 

“We’re keen to work with ResearchGate and to measure the impact that inclusion on the platform will have on these selected OA journals,” said Jenny Mathias, Global Marketing and Operations Director, Academic Publishing. “We’re looking for the partnership to both support the visibility of our journals, and to provide our authors with an opportunity to connect directly with their readers, enhancing their understanding of who is engaging with their work. We look forward to seeing the results of this collaboration.”

“Cambridge University Press is one of the world’s best-known academic publishing houses, and we are thrilled to embark on this new partnership,” said Sören Hofmayer, Chief Strategy Officer at ResearchGate. “Cambridge recognizes the importance of innovation and collaboration to spread knowledge. We couldn’t be happier to support these goals through ResearchGate, ensuring wider visibility with our highly engaged researcher community.” 

The partnership initially covers the following journals:

  • Parasitology
  • Geological Magazine
  • Epidemiology and Infection
  • Data Centric Engineering
  • Gut Microbiome
  • Wearable Technologies
  • Flow
  • Research Directions: One Health
  • Research Directions: Biotechnology Design
  • Research Directions: Quantum Technologies
  • Cambridge Prisms: Coastal Futures
  • Cambridge Prisms: Precision Medicine
  • Cambridge Prisms: Extinction
  • Cambridge Prisms: Plastics
  • Cambridge Prisms: Water
  • Cambridge Prisms: Drylands
  • Cambridge Prisms: Global Mental Health

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