Pharmaceutical companies plan increasing e-journals emphasis

20 February 2007

A survey of major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies has revealed that electronic journals play a key role in communicating the research results of such companies.

ProQuest joins CSA

15 February 2007

Cambridge Information Group (CIG) has acquired ProQuest Information and Learning, which it will combine with its CSA subsidiary.

Public library signs up for Wiley's STM resources

08 February 2007

The New York Public Library's Science, Industry and Business Library has licensed Wiley's peer-reviewed journals.

Germany's researchers gain more archive information

08 February 2007

Ovid and Elsevier are providing researchers across Germany with access to scientific journal and database archives.

Princeton University joins Google's library project

08 February 2007

Princeton University, USA, has joined the Google Library Project and will digitise approximately one million public-domain books from its collections.

VISTA and Ingenta merge

06 February 2007

Two major technology providers are joining together to form Publishing Technology.

Social-science publishers pick ScholarOne

06 February 2007

Emerald and Multilingual Matters have both chosen ScholarOne's Manuscript Central as their online peer-review systems.

Wiley completes Blackwell acquisition

05 February 2007

Wiley has finalised its acquisition of Blackwell Publishing.

Over 15,000 sign open-access petition

01 February 2007

The petition urging the European Commission to support open access has attracted over 15,000 signatories in its first two weeks.

First French partner joins LOCKSS Alliance

25 January 2007

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.

Global science gateway formed

25 January 2007

The US Department of Energy and the British Library have teamed up to make international science information resources accessible via a single internet portal.

Early Royal Society papers get DOIs

22 January 2007

The Royal Society has registered all of its historical back-file content with CrossRef.