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Thomson Reuters to integrate Ringgold database into ScholarOne

17 December 2014
The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced an initiative to advance efficiency and precision in scholarly publishing by integrating Ringgold’s Identify database into its ScholarOne product

John Wiley agreement to support universities moving to open access

17 December 2014
John Wiley and Sons has announced a pilot agreement, brokered by Jisc, for articles published on an open access basis

AAS and IOP team up to enhance knowledge of the universe

17 December 2014

Thomson Reuters identifies 'hottest' research fronts

12 December 2014

Credo announces joy of six new partnerships

12 December 2014

ProQuest appoints Kristi Marchbanks as senior vice president

12 December 2014

Cambridge Journals to publish The Mathematical Gazette

11 December 2014


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What price open access?

News image15 December 2014
Lorraine Estelle, executive director digital resources and divisional CEO of Jisc Collections, Jisc According to conservative estimates, UK higher education institutions are paying £160m per year for subscriptions to peer-reviewed academic journals

Librarians 'prevalent' in use of social media

News image10 December 2014
Jodie Bell of Taylor and Francis asks how important is social media as a communication tool?

Publishing better science through better data

News image27 November 2014
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, head of data and HSS publishing in the Open Research team, and Amy Bourke, corporate communications manager at Nature Publishing Group, report on the first research data conference for early career researchers hosted by Scientific Data and Nature Publishing Group