The Bundesrat, Germany's second parliamentary chamber, has passed a resolution supporting open access and scientific publishing.
The Royal Library of Denmark has chosen Ex Libris' Primo discovery and delivery product as the interface to all local and remote scholarly information resources.
Edinburgh University Press has chosen Atypon Systems to develop an online journals and reference work publication and hosting platform.
The University of Manchester has used Talis Keystone to integrate its library services within its campus uPortal.
Scopus is being made available to 44 of Brazil's leading universities and research institutes.
A new membership organisation has been formed to support managing and technical editors of peer-reviewed journals.
Medical researchers and doctors in training regularly use online journals, even if they have to do so from their local internet cafe, according to new research published in BMC Health Services Research.
SAGE has signed the UKSG Project Transfer Code of Practice.
Simon Dessain, chief operating officer of Publishing Technology and former chief executive of Ingenta, has announced that he is leaving the company.
The EU's High Level Expert Group on Digital Libraries has presented an advisory report on copyright issues to the European Commission.
A number of options are available to raise the quality of peer review, according to a new report from the European Science Foundation (ESF).
IntechOpen's new CEO Anke Beck talks about her early inspirations, and of 20 years working in academic publishing