At this 10-year milestone for Knowledge Unlatched, Sven Fund talks about what’s next for the company and open access.
Beginning with the UK, SDG Publishers Compact signatory Taylor & Francis is rolling out paper-wrapped journal shipments.
The new three-year transformative agreement for IEEE and Spain’s ‘CRUE’ universities is available to researchers wanting open access.
As Benetech’s iconic certification turns five years old, the research giant Elsevier receives its Global Certified Accessible designation.
The Polish Biochemical Society has agreed to have Lausanne’s Frontiers begin publishing its journal ‘Acta Biochimica Polonica’ in August.
Springer Nature’s ‘progress report’ on open access and more outlines strides amid challenges in a complex, competitive sector.
Citing especially high growth in history journals, Taylor & Francis reports strong open-access gains in the humanities and social sciences.
The monthly European Hematology Association journal ‘HemaSphere’ is to be published by Wiley starting in January.
Responsive to the UN’s SDGs, ‘Food Systems’ from IOP Publishing waives open-access article publication charges for submissions before 2025.
Like the Association of University Presses, De Gruyter’s charitable foundation backs the ‘SUPRR’ initiative for Ukrainian publishing’s resilience.