Scholarly presses: Manchester University Press agrees to have its lists and ‘ManchesterHive’ digitally distributed by De Gruyter.
At Springer Nature, Inchcoombe Is New President of Research
As Harsh Jegadeesan transitions to CPO, chief publishing officer, Steven Inchcoombe becomes president of research.
The International Association of University Presses Updates Its Ukraine Resources
The international Association of University Presses has updated and expanded its free-to-use resources on Ukraine and Russia’s aggression.
Princeton University Press’ ‘Spiderweb Capitalism’ Wins Hawkins Award
The Cambridge, Harvard, and Princeton university presses and Simon & Schuster published the 2024 PROSE Excellence Awards.
Germany’s Knowledge Unlatched Has 283 Books Going Open Access in 2023
By the end of this year, Knowledge Unlatched expects to have published some 4,000 books and about 6o journals open access.
Springer Nature Acquires TooWrite for Its Writing Researchers
The ‘research solutions’ division of Springer Nature acquires the TooWrite platform, still in development, for research writers.
Cambridge University Press Aims for Full Open Access by 2025
Cambridge University Press reports that 400 of its journals offer open-access options to publishers; 66 with fully open access and 340 hybrid.
The Netherlands’ Elsevier Announces a Transformative Agreement with Tulane
The Tulane-Elsevier transformative agreement provides support for open-access publishing and ‘ScienceDirect’ access.
Scholarly Wins: AAP Names Its PROSE Category Honors
Some 40 category winners and 105 finalists are named the 2023 edition of the American Association of Publishers’ annual PROSE Awards.
London Book Fair Names Main Stage Speakers
Three days of high-level issue-driven programming at London Book Fair is set for the Main Stage series in April.