IOP Publishing has launched three high-impact open access journals
Cambridge University Press has expanded its partnership with author services company American Journal Experts
Scholastica has launched a new typesetting service for open access journals that uses advanced technology to generate HTML and PDF articles
A new tool for authors – the IEEE LaTeX Analyzer, powered by Overleaf – is aimed at helping speed up the publishing process
Copyright Clearance Center has announced the release of RightFind Insight, a scientific research solution
Digital Science has launched Dimensions, a new platform that aims to democratise and transform scholarly search
Cambridge University Press is launching a content sharing service – Cambridge Core Share – aimed at providing the academic community and wider public with greater access to research.
The new service has been launched on the Cambridge Core platform and will extend the functionality to a select number of journals during an initial pilot phase.
Springer Nature has launched a one-year pilot with PaperHive, a market-leading annotation system and copyright-compliant collaborative research platform
ProQuest is adding 24 primary sources to its offering through the Jisc Digital archival collections group purchasing pilot, following the adoption of its databases by 20 universities
O’Reilly Media’s new version of Safari: O’Reilly’s Learning Platform for Higher Education is now available from ProQuest
Elsevier has announced that SSRN, its working paper repository and preprint server, has launched the Women’s and Gender Studies Research Network – WGSRN.
WGSRN launches with more than 4,000 working papers from 16 different areas of women’s and gender studies, ranging from Women and Health to Feminist Theory and Philosophy.
Overleaf has launched a service for publishers and institutions – the Overleaf LaTeX Validation Service. The service enables publishers and other third parties to more easily process LaTeX manuscripts for publication, saving time for authors and providing publishers with improved consistency and quality control.
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Nine industry figures give Tim Gillett the low-down on recent developments in discovery as part of the research process