With its Scopus AI search now offered to Scopus customers, Elsevier is stressing its emphasis on responsible use of artificial intelligence.
Two state library networks have expanded the portfolio of North American transformative agreements for Springer Nature.
A newly announced coalition of three nonprofit physics-society publishers announces its intention to support science.
Expanding its scholarly journals from the ‘New England Journal of Medicine’ group, Wolters Kluwer adds an artificial intelligence journal.
The first open-access agreement for Taylor & Francis in Southeast Asia, the Mahidol University deal features more than 2,000 hybrid journals.
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 ‘ZB Med’ medical library program in Germany signs with Frontiers an all open-access, flat-fee scientific research agreement.
England’s merged Cambridge University Press & and Assessment reports record revenues and numbers of users in 2022-2023.
In a series of panel discussions and special events, Lausanne-based Frontiers is rolling out its ‘Open Science Charter’ at COP28 in Dubai.