The Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) has become the first French member of the LOCKSS Alliance.
The US Department of Energy and the British Library have teamed up to make international science information resources accessible via a single internet portal.
The Royal Society has registered all of its historical back-file content with CrossRef.
Innovative Interfaces has signed up four new development partners for its Encore platform.
JSTOR and Atypon Systems have teamed up to develop a new software platform for publications archived with JSTOR.
Thomson Scientific is supplying journal literature information to The Patent Board for a study of scientific research trends on behalf of the US National Science Foundation.
A group of European organisations are calling on the European Commission to support public access to the output of EC-funded research shortly after publication.
Provider of e-content services, ebrary, has partnered with YBP Library Services, which provide materials to the academic library community.
Eugene Garfield has received the 2006 Online Information LifetimeAchievement Award in recognition of more than 50 years of dedication, leadership and innovation in the information industry.
Natureâ€™s authors and readers are reluctant to participate in an open peer-review process, according to a recent experiment carried out by the journal.
CrossRef has reached agreements with three new partners to include hundreds of journals from Africa and Asia in its linking network.