In a series of panel discussions and special events, Lausanne-based Frontiers is rolling out its ‘Open Science Charter’ at COP28 in Dubai.
The three-publisher program devised to elevate German open-access research publication reports that it expects a formal signing of a new accord within weeks.
Potentially dwarfing its University of California deal, Switzerland’s Frontiers opens a 223-journal flat-fee program with the University of Kansas.
The Dutch Slimmer AI’s science division moves to Springer Nature in a partnership intended to support editors and research writers.
The Sustainable Business Report that Springer Nature released in April gets an update with new verifications of its targets from SBTi.
Taylor & Francis describes its new platform as offering research writers a way to find ‘the right home’ for their ‘rejected manuscripts.’
While the international book publishing trade holds sway at Frankfurt, academic programming will make a strong showing in October.
A cross-disciplinary approach is planned for Oxford University Press’ newly announced “Intersections” online academic resource.
Boosting science research and publishing, says the Publishers Association’s Dan Conway, the UK’s Horizon/Copernicus move is good news.
The Projekt DEAL program inks its third major research-publishing agreement, as Elsevier signs a five-year transformative agreement.