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German Springer Nature set to publish official journal of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration from 2019 - 18 Jul 2018

Springer Nature, a global publisher that serves and supports the research community, will publish the international peer-reviewed journal Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (MME) of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME), beginning January 2019 with volume 36.

This broad-based forum for the exchange of real-world findings and theoretical research is projected to be a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners in academia, industry and government institutions who are working in mining, minerals and natural resources. The journal was previously published by SME under the title Minerals & Metallurgical Processing. Its scope has now been broadened to represent the full spectrum of interests of the society.

In six issues per year, this subscription journal with open access options will publish original research, in-depth reviews, short communications, and reviews of new technologies and industrial methodologies. Mary Poulton, co-director of the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources at the University of Arizona, heads MME as its executive editor. She is supported by three section editors-in-chief responsible for the fields of mining, minerals and exploration, respectively: Jurgen Brune at the Colorado School of Mines, Ronel Kappes at Newmont USA, and Virginia McLemore at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. In addition, MME has an international editorial board of more than 20 experts from academia, industry and government.

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UK SAGE Publishing to publish the Journal of Comorbidity - 18 Jul 2018

Academic publisher SAGE Publishing will publish The Journal of Comorbidity (JOC). The first SAGE issue of the open access journal will publish in July 2018.

JOC is dedicated to studies that will improve the health and wellbeing of those affected with comorbidity and multimorbidity. The journal is a global information resource that focuses on different aspects of medicine in order to publish the optimum research for dealing with comorbidity and multimorbidity.

JOC accepts research pieces in multiple formats including guidelines, policies, editorials, commentaries, protocols, and critical review articles.

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UK AAAS adopts Dimensions to expand analytical capabilities - 18 Jul 2018

Digital Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) have announced an agreement that will provide Dimensions to the publishing organisation within AAAS. The Dimensions platform brings together over 95 million publications, $1.3tn of grants, 400,000 clinical trials, 35 million patents, and their associated metrics.

Dimensions enables publishers to delve into a breadth of data and metrics to perform invaluable analyses and translate them into actionable business intelligence. Powerful search, visualisations and reporting functionality provide publishers with groundbreaking analytical capabilities to track research and funding trends, support publishing processes, and inform strategic planning.

Speaking about the adoption of Dimensions within AAAS, Product Development Manager Hannah Heckner anticipates utilising Dimensions to aid in horizon scanning for new Science journals, selecting the best peer reviewers for existing Science titles, enhancing market data to support advertising and marketing team, and help institutional licensing team better identify new and support existing partners.

Dimensions is a modern, innovative, linked research knowledge system that re-imagines discovery and access to research. Developed by Digital Science in collaboration with over 100 leading research organisations around the world, Dimensions delivers a platform that enables users to find and access the most relevant information faster, analyse the academic and broader outcomes of research, and gather insights to inform future strategy.

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UK BMC launches new OA journals, expands portfolio of journals beyond biomedicine into the physical and applied sciences - 18 Jul 2018

BMC has announced the launch of new open access journals as part of its evolving portfolio expanding beyond biomedicine into the physical and applied sciences.

The new engineering journals - BMC Biomedical Engineering and BMC Chemical Engineering - are now open for submissions, with plans for more journals to be launched in related disciplines in the coming year.

Chemical engineering and biomedical engineering are fields that combine engineering concepts with core scientific principles to develop real world solutions to the benefit of society, an increasing focus of researchers and engineers across the globe.

As part of the BMC Series portfolio, all content in the journals will be fully open access and making data associated with a manuscript freely accessible online will also be highly encouraged.

BMC has also added eight journals which were previously hosted on SpringerOpen, as part of realignment to group complementary journal titles on one platform. These are: Health & Justice; Life Sciences, Society and Policy; Evolution: Education and Outreach; International Journal for Educational Integrity; International Journal of Food Contamination; International Journal of Emergency Medicine; The Journal of Headache and Pain; and Carbon Balance and Management.

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German ScienceOpen and the Microbiology Society collaborate on new cross-disciplinary collections - 18 Jul 2018

Research network ScienceOpen and the Microbiology Society have announced a collaboration on new ways to showcase cross-disciplinary research. The ScienceOpen discovery environment provides state-of-the-art technological infrastructure to promote new initiatives from the Society's journals.

Interdisciplinarity is key for the Microbiology Society in reaching a wide range of researchers, from microbiologists, clinicians, epidemiologists, social scientists and policymakers to physicists, chemists and engineers. In line with their mission to advance the understanding and impact of microbiology by connecting communities worldwide, the Society is exploring new ways to package digital information, from pop-up journals to mini-review formats, to bring diverse researchers together to solve global problems.

ScienceOpen has created a flexible 'Collection' product to highlight publisher content within the larger context of academic research - with over 43 million articles and records on the site. The Microbiology Society is taking advantage of the full scope of interactive features available to researchers on ScienceOpen. As well as promoting the Open Access journal Microbial Genomics, the Society is using ScienceOpen to promote cross-disciplinary products that draw on articles from multiple journals, such as the new pop-up journal on antimicrobial resistance X-AMR, the Microbiome collection created in conjunction with the British Society for Immunology, and the Microbe and Virus Profiles created in conjunction with top microbiologists and the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, both of which offer concise reviews for experts and beyond.

A range of aggregated collection- and article-level metrics will provide enriched usage statistics to track the success of these experiments in ScienceOpen's continuously expanding research database.

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US AMIA launches FAMIA Applied Informatics Recognition Program - 18 Jul 2018

The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) has announced the launch of the Fellow of AMIA (FAMIA) Applied Informatics Recognition Program. The new program aims to recognise members who apply informatics skills and knowledge within their professional setting, who have demonstrated professional achievement and leadership, and who have contributed to the betterment of AMIA.

The use of health IT and EHRs is now ubiquitous across US hospitals and physician offices. Clinical and translational research increasingly depend on high-throughput computing and vast quantities of data. Consumers increasingly use tools and apps on their personal computers and mobile devices to collect and manage health-related information.

The field of informatics began as a science, dedicated to evaluating the use of information and communications systems in clinical care. In the intervening 60 years, informatics has grown to include a wide array of professions that leverage IT and data systems as point-of-care interventions for patients, facilitators of clinical and health services research, and how data-driven discovery of all kinds must depend.

FAMIA was established in May 2018, following several months of deliberation by an interdisciplinary Advisory Group of AMIA members to define the FAMIA Eligibility Criteria. These deliberations reaffirmed that the FAMIA Applied Informatics Recognition Program be inclusive balancing the needs of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and others within clinical informatics, with the needs of public health, clinical researchers, and others who apply informatics to their practice.

FAMIA is open to any AMIA member who directly impacts and improves healthcare, biomedical research, public health, and personal health through the practice of informatics. FAMIA candidates must demonstrate their eligibility across the following core areas: Education; Certification; Applied Informatics Experience; Peer Recommendation; AMIA Membership; AMIA Engagement; and Future Commitments.

FAMIA recognises professionals who apply informatics skills and knowledge towards the goals of enhanced personal and population health, improved organisational performance and learning, and individual empowerment in their health, care, and research.

Applications for the inaugural class of FAMIA are now open. Notifications are expected to be sent in October with a formal announcement of the new class at the AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium in November. The class will be inducted at the AMIA 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference in May 2019.

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