Google is set to offer an online storage facility to scientists via Palimpsest.
Blue ribbon task force addresses the issue of economic sustainability for digital preservation and persistent access.
A new internet search engine rivalling Google is to be launched at the end of January by Mimas.
Industry researchers should be encouraged to participate more as authors and reviewers of articles in open, peer-reviewed publications, according to a recent US report.
The assumption that youngsters born or brought up in the internet age are the most web-literate has been overruled according to a recent report.
Thomson Scientific today announced the launch of its Citation Impact Forum, an online forum promoting scholarly discussion about citation-based research evaluation.
Publisher bodies believe that the new NIH research publication policy undermines intellectual property rights and does not provide funding to implement the requirements.
Under new law NIH-funded researchers are required to offer their findings free to the public a year after they are published commercially.
Representatives of Subito e.V., scientific libraries, and various international publishers have endorsed a framework agreement within German speaking countries.
Fragile medieval manuscripts detailing the Hundred Years' War between France and England have been digitised by The University of Sheffield and IT experts Tribal.