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Gold open access research has greater societal impact – 

What impact does open research have on society and progressing global societal challenges? The latest results of research carried-out between Springer Nature, the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) and the Dutch University Libraries and the National Library consortium (UKB), illustrates… Read More

Registration is now open for APE Conference: Preliminary Program – 

The Berlin Institute for Scholarly Publishing (BISP) and the Program Committee of the 2021 APE Conference announce that registration for the conference is now open. The theme of the upcoming conference is ‘The New Face of Trust’… Read More

BenchSci expands scientists’ access to critical experimental insights – 

BenchSci has announced an agreement to analyse world-class research from Taylor & Francis Group’s top scientific journals using advanced biomedical artificial intelligence. This will facilitate scientists’ access to critical experimental insights, empowering them to run more successful experiments and bring new medicine to patients faster. … Read More

IOP Publishing partners with the Charlesworth Group to integrate article tracking feature into WeChat – 

IOP Publishing’s (IOPP) has partnered with the Charlesworth Group to integrate article tracking feature ‘track my article’ into WeChat using its proprietary WeChat Gateway product. IOPP’s ‘track my article’, which is available on its publishing support site, enables authors publishing with… Read More

Articles in Pensoft journals reach users through Researcher app – 

The scholarly publishing platform ARPHA has taken a step to ensure scholarly publications from across its open-access peer-reviewed journal portfolio are as easy to find and read as possible by providing social network-style research discovery app Researcher. Research papers published in all Read More

Latest edition of Blogspeak now online – 

The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Annette Boaz and Kathryn Oliver (Building new bridges between research and policy during a national lockdown); Éanna Kelly (New EU open peer review system stirs debate); Rick Seltzer (Open access comes to selective journal); Diana Kwon (For… Read More

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