The ‘Renew the Book’ Innovation Award is intended to support Dutch startups and organizations that promote reading.
In his address to the APE conference, the Springer Nature CEO makes a determined case for gold over green open access.
Our featured titles were first published in Swedish, Spanish, Norwegian, Catalan, German, and Dutch–and they include a diet book.
The Dutch author of Wattpad’s ’36 Questions (and lots of coffee)’ has seen her story picked up by NL Film and Wattpad Studios.
A new FT report suggests that BC Partners may leverage Springer Nature’s value, as the publisher rolls out new routes to gold open access.
Today’s Rights Roundup features work from Finland, Germany, Spain, Israel, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, plus the work of an art detective.
Markets represented in our Rights Roundup today include Finland, Italy, USA, Norway, the Netherlands, Spain, Germany, and Switzerland.
The three-year proposal agreed to by Amsterdam’s Elsevier and the ‘JUSTICE’ consortium in Tokyo promotes open access in Japan.
The second of two rounds in translation funding of works from Scottish by international publishers has opened for proposals.
The largest publisher of translated work is bringing Françoise Sagan’s unfinished ‘Four Corners of the Heart’ into English.