Conversion to open access sees upsurge in usage

31 March 2023

Non-profit science publisher Annual Reviews has converted the first 15 journal volumes of the year to open access

Springer Nature to publish EMBO Press journals

30 March 2023

Partners say new arrangement reflects shared commitment to open access and open science

IOP Publishing celebrates outstanding peer reviewers

28 March 2023

Outstanding reviewers selected from more than 27,000 reviewers who submitted reports to IOPP journals in 2022

Karger pilots Subscribe to Open model

22 March 2023

Publisher says move will help pave the way for a broader, more equitable Open Science ecosystem

Sage wins OpenAthens UX award 2023

21 March 2023

Sage announced as this year’s OpenAthens Best publisher UX award winners for Research Methods platform

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Introducing the Forest of Biologists

20 March 2023

The Company of Biologists will plant a tree for each Research Article and Review article published in its five journals

Trio of OA agreements in Asia for IOP Publishing

15 March 2023

Move reflects society publisher’s ambition to deliver open access at scale globally

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Cambridge launches AI research ethics policy

14 March 2023

Rules are set out in the first AI ethics policy from the organisation and apply to research papers, books and other scholarly works

Manchester University Press and De Gruyter enter partnership

13 March 2023

De Gruyter will host and distribute the complete frontlist and backlist collections of more than 2,000 titles from Manchester University Press

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Company wants to see India as an industry 'frontrunner'

09 March 2023

Vikramshila is inviting researchers and professionals yearning to publish their findings to make contact

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All change at Springer Nature

02 March 2023

Harsh Jegadeesan installed as Chief Publishing Officer while Steven Inchcoombe becomes President

New transformative agreements from Springer Nature

27 February 2023

Publisher’s agreements now support authors from 3,500 institutions