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.
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are a specifically named element of the coverage that ‘Nexus’ is meant to publish.
Enabling publishers ‘to manage their entitlement information in content syndication,’ GetFTR opens an opt-in with ResearchGate.
The UK-based Taylor & Francis again will work with Germany’s Knowledge Unlatched to offer more academic titles open-access.
Formerly at Wiley and its US$500 million subscription business, Terri Teleen becomes president of Emerald’s North American division.
Knowledge Unlatched’s report sees Germany following the United States in usage of open-access content in its ‘Open Access Heroes’ survey.
The 2022 ‘Sustainable Business Report’ from the Springer Nature Group examines workforce dynamics and responses to the climate crisis.