Citing some 20 percent of its workforce being based in India, Springer Nature chooses the state of Meghalaya for its tree-planting project.
Saying 34 percent of all its articles and 16 percent of its primary research is published under open access, Springer Nature proclaims leadership in the field.
Driven by interest in access to preprints in recent years, Elsevier says, it’s now making SSRN preprints available through the Scopus system.
The agreement between these international organizations calls for discussions, opening at Frankfurter Buchmesse and leading up to COP26.
The signing of the Climate Pledge this summer by Amsterdam-based Elsevier sets it on course to ‘achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.’
Bridging a divide that saw the University of California cut ties with Elsevier two years ago, the school and publisher have a new agreement.
The three-year proposal agreed to by Amsterdam’s Elsevier and the ‘JUSTICE’ consortium in Tokyo promotes open access in Japan.
The trio of Publishing Perspectives Talks this year brings together some of the sharpest players in their respective sectors for agile debate.
Almost 30 years ago, another Cambridge was where Richard Charkin learned about ‘the need to see things through others’ eyes.’
Since the COVID-19 onset, Michiel Kolman says, Elsevier’s workforce has found a new sense for its work’s importance–and for belonging.