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US Wiley and The Society for Leukocyte Biology announce publishing partnership - 06 Jul 2017

John Wiley and Sons, Inc., a global company, and The Society for Leukocyte Biology (SLB) have announced a publishing partnership for SLB's flagship scholarly publication, Journal of Leukocyte Biology (JLB). From January 2018, Wiley will assume publishing responsibility for JLB and move the journal to its online platform, Wiley Online Library.

For over 60 years, the SLB has been the leading scientific and professional organisation in leukocyte biology through its impactful journal, scientific meetings, and educational outreach programs. In keeping with the SLB's mission, the partnership will expand the global reach and visibility of the SLB's flagship journal and provide new services for SLB members, authors, readers, and editors.

SLB's community will benefit from Wiley's innovative digital and technological advancements through the development of JLB hub portal and app services.

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Switzerland Thomson Reuters launches Thomson Reuters Labs – The Incubator - 06 Jul 2017

Thomson Reuters, a news and information provider for professional markets, has announced the launch of Thomson Reuters Labs™ – The Incubator. Located in Switzerland, the Incubator will host early-stage entrepreneurs building next-generation products in big data, advanced analytics, distributed ledgers, artificial intelligence, machine learning and other transformational technologies. As part of the official program, startups will receive access to Thomson Reuters world-class data and content sets, mentoring from experienced executives and networking opportunities for investment and commercialisation.

The Incubator is the next horizon of the company's significant investment in the Thomson Reuters Labs network. With locations in innovation ecosystems around the globe, the Innovation Labs collaborate with customers, universities and startups to rapidly prototype and validate solutions using data science and lean experimentation to develop products and solutions to quickly meet evolving market demand.

The Incubator has officially enrolled two startups - Open Mineral and WealthArc - focused on Fintech.

Open Mineral is an early stage Swiss start-up disrupting the commodities market. The team has developed a multi-sided platform which will directly connect the mines and smelters of physical commodities such as copper, zinc and lead, increasing transparency and lowering fees.

WealthArc is a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for the $120 trillion investment management industry offering digital client interaction and real-time new generation investment management for family offices, wealth managers and private banks. The platform handles the integration of data, consolidation of assets and digital reporting as well as a robo-advisor offering to clients.

The team is currently reviewing a pipeline of additional applicants for the six month program. Applications can be submitted directly through the online website https://www.f6s.com/thomsonreuterslabs-theincubator/apply.

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UK IPR License signs up with Peter Lang and ICE Publishing, strengthens key partnership network - 06 Jul 2017

IPR License, the marketplace for publishers to trade rights globally, has continued to expand its network globally by announcing that it has signed up both independent publisher of academic books Peter Lang, and the publishing arm of the Institution of Civil Engineers, ICE Publishing.

Peter Lang has made academic research in the Humanities and Social sciences available worldwide for over four decades. An academic publisher with headquarters in Switzerland and publishing offices in the US, UK, Germany and Brussels, the company publishes over 1,500 new titles each year in both print and digital formats as well as Open Access.

ICE Publishing has represented the best of research and practice in engineering for nearly 200 years. A provider of information for engineering and construction professionals and academics worldwide, ICEP produces a wide range of publications which share expert advice and best practice for the entire community. These publications include technical specifications, case studies, textbooks and large reference books as well as an award-winning range of journals.

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Bulgaria ARPHA-Proceedings module - streamline conference abstracts authoring, editing and publication - 06 Jul 2017

Creating, reviewing, editing and publishing of collections of proceedings from conferences, symposia and workshops is now available with the ARPHA-Proceedings module via the publishing platform ARPHA.

Designed as a venue for conference organisers to streamline proceedings publications, while simultaneously giving credit to the authors and preserving their contributions in a format that makes them easy to find and read by both humans and machines, the ARPHA-Proceedings module can be regarded as a simplified and straightforward journal publishing process specialised for conference abstracts.

The workflow supports multiple proceedings collections. For instance, a proceedings publishing platform could be created for a particular conference taking place on a regular basis or for a number of conferences organised by an institution or a society. A fine example is the Proceedings of TDWG dedicated to the yearly Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) conference.

Within the platform, hierarchical article collections could also be established. Abstracts can be submitted to sub-collections dedicated to various workshops/symposia within a larger event. The different sub-collections can be handled by different editors, normally the workshop/symposia conveners.

The workflow used in the ARPHA-Proceedings module includes ARPHA Writing Tool, editorial/technical evaluation, publication and dissemination.

At any point and at no additional costs, the platform can be modified to feature additional article types (e.g. full-text papers, posters, talks etc.). It is for the conference organisers to decide whether these submissions are to undergo a conventional peer review process.

Abstracts can be enriched with citations, figures, tables, data and multimedia if the conference organisers decide to allow it.

Abstracts can be published straight on the platform as soon as an editor approves them, so that the publication is available online ahead of the conference.

Abstracts published in this way have all features common for regular articles published via ARPHA, including Digital Object Identifier (DOI); publication in HTML, PDF and machine-readable and harvestable XML; citation, indexing and archiving in various databases; dissemination and others.

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US Aries Systems and HighWire Press announce data partnership - 06 Jul 2017

Online submission system provider Aries Systems and scholarly publishing company HighWire Press have announced a data partnership to help publishers assess their manuscript pipeline, editorial policies, and strategic plans.

Publishers using Aries' Editorial Manager® Enterprise Analytics Reporting tool will now benefit from an automated data export to Impact Vizor, HighWire's data visualisation platform for editorial and business analytics. Aries has created a short video illustrating how simple it is to refresh article submission and decision data to Impact Vizor for the most up to date analysis.

The Rejected Article Tracker within Impact Vizor lets publishers compare article citation rates for published and rejected articles that are later published elsewhere. Publishers have used Impact Vizor to evaluate how well peer review practices help editors identify significant research. A publisher found that articles which require a higher level of effort during peer review can generate at least as many citations, and sometimes more, than the average cites per article for the publication.

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