In a series of panel discussions and special events, Lausanne-based Frontiers is rolling out its ‘Open Science Charter’ at COP28 in Dubai.
Potentially dwarfing its University of California deal, Switzerland’s Frontiers opens a 223-journal flat-fee program with the University of Kansas.
Ten journals each in fields of sustainability and social sciences are in the Frontiers-University of California open-access publishing pilot.
The Royal Society of Chemistry, founded in 1841, finds itself with almost 50 transformative agreements in Canada, Mexico, and the States.
The Swiss research publisher Frontiers adopts the Credit contributor roles taxonomy for transparency and dispute mitigation.
The Polish Biochemical Society has agreed to have Lausanne’s Frontiers begin publishing its journal ‘Acta Biochimica Polonica’ in August.
The primary French publishing association, SNE, hails a new report on open access and science.
PLOS’ Niamh O’Connor tells CCC’s Christopher Kenneally that in open access, ‘We need to keep asking ourselves open for whom?’
The Frontiers platform’s open-access arrangement with Taiwan’s National Health Research Institutes is the publisher’s first of its kind in Asia.
Springer Nature formalizes its 14th national transformative agreement, 13 of which are in Europe. This one is for four years.
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