The ‘Research and Scholarly Forum’ at London Book Fair will look at AI, open access, and academic publishing policy.
The broadened offer of Sage journals on Germany’s ResearchGate ‘Journal Home’ is to number 100 open-access titles.
Near year’s end, Amsterdam’s Elsevier releases two reports looking at research and its impact beyond campuses and research hubs.
The three-publisher program devised to elevate German open-access research publication reports that it expects a formal signing of a new accord within weeks.
Potentially dwarfing its University of California deal, Switzerland’s Frontiers opens a 223-journal flat-fee program with the University of Kansas.
A cross-disciplinary approach is planned for Oxford University Press’ newly announced “Intersections” online academic resource.
The Basel-based Karger, founded in 1890, has partnered with the UK’s Kortext on an NHS-England digital publishing program.
The scientific publisher IOP announces its pre-COP28 program–free to register–focused on environmental issues and the UN’s SDGs.
Encouraging its medical research writers to create plain-language interpretation of their research, Taylor & Francis promotes lay summaries.
The Elsevier Scopus research database has released ‘Scopus AI’ for scholarly writers to explore, promising speed and responsibility.