Three days of high-level issue-driven programming at London Book Fair is set for the Main Stage series in April.
Established in the 1990s, Taylor & Francis’ environmental sciences portfolio is seeking new submissions, especially from early career researchers.
The De Gruyter ‘University Press Library’ gains content from six university presses in its new OhioLink agreement.
Research and scholarly publishing again has a conference at London Book Fair, and ‘Introduction to Rights’ returns on the show’s eve.
‘Nature’ and the Nature Research journals offer free open-access publication to researchers from lower income world markets.
The late-2022 edition of the ‘Trans/Formations of Arabic Literary Theory’ had the cooperation of the Sheikh Zayed Book Award.
Taylor & Francis’ accessibility lead Stacy Scott has signed two charters in the company’s commitment to accessible publishing.
Springer Nature leadership talks of creating ‘a dynamic, open repository of medical knowledge’ with its Cureus acquisition.
With a stand at Guadalajara’s fair, Springer Nature says its new transformative agreement in Mexico is the largest in Latin American markets so far.
By year’s end, Wiley says, 28 percent of its journal portfolio will be fully open access. This is its fifth-year Projekt Deal extension.