An online global gateway to science information from 15 national portals has now been opened.
Emerald has acquired four journals from Troubador Publishing.
Stephen Due has been named the 2007 Information Professional of the Year by the SLA Australia/-New Zealand Chapter.
TG Publishing is partnering with John Wiley & Sons to deliver technology book content online.
Primary papers in the Journal of Experimental Botany are being published as open access with no article-processing charge if the author's institution subscribes to the journal.
Innovative Interfaces has announced two new customers for its Millennium integrated library management system.
Thomson Scientific is seeking applicants from Europe, the
Middle East, Asia Pacific, and Africa for its annual Roger K. Summit International Scholarship.
In the first quarter of 2007, 18 Asian institutions chose Scopus as the preferred database for their university library.
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) has announced a collective agreement to digitise up to 10 million volumes as part of the Google Book Search project.
Reed Elsevier will exit the defence exhibitions sector following pressure from its authors and customers.
Scientific research has not been hindered significantly by a recent proliferation of technology patents and licensing agreements, according to surveys in four countries.
IntechOpen's new CEO Anke Beck talks about her early inspirations, and of 20 years working in academic publishing