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UK Pathologie-DNA selects Elsevier’s diagnostic decision support solution ExpertPath - 11 Sep 2019

Elsevier, a global information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced an agreement with Pathologie-DNA to implement Elsevier’s ExpertPath solution across its hospital sites in the Netherlands.

Pathologie-DNA offers efficient state-of-the-art diagnostic services to clinicians, GPs and other referrers at their hospitals in the Netherlands, offering services such as cytopathology, histopathology, molecular diagnostics and autopsy pathology. Pathologie-DNA is a collaboration of Pathologie-DNA B.V. and laboratories for Pathology of the Jeroen Bosch Hospital, St. Antonius Hospital and Rijnstate Hospital.

With immediate access to Elsevier’s clinical pathology online decision support system, ExpertPath will enable pathologists and referring physicians to deliver superior patient care recommendations by providing rapid access to the leading source of trusted, current and credible high-quality clinical content.

Elsevier’s ExpertPath is an anatomic and clinical pathology online decision support system that helps clinicians decide which ancillary tests should be run, and which other differentials should be considered to reach the right diagnosis.

“The relationship with Pathologie-DNA sees Elsevier continue to work with specialist healthcare organisations to provide clinical decision support tools for pathologists, who can achieve a more consistent delivery of care and improve outcomes for patients,” said Tim Hawkins, Managing Director for Clinical Solutions in EMEALAAP, Elsevier.

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US De Gruyter Expands Use of Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink® Author Workflow Platform to Manage its Read and Publish Deals - 11 Sep 2019

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, has announced its expanded partnership with De Gruyter, the independent publisher, for RightsLink® Author, CCC’s industry-leading solution for managing open access and related publication charges. De Gruyter will be using RightsLink to manage its Read and Publish deals with a variety of consortia.

De Gruyter is also adding 300 more journals on RightsLink Author. These join the open access journals in Poland which were launched on the RightsLink Author platform last year.

Read and Publish is an agreement that incorporates elements of a traditional subscription purchase and open access to scholarly articles. De Gruyter has agreements that cover OA publishing with consortia in Europe including the UKB (Netherlands), Bibsam (Sweden), Jisc (UK) and the recently signed Read and Publish agreement with the Iowa State University Library, the first of its kind for De Gruyter in North America.

RightsLink Author offers all publishers immediate access to the sophisticated software infrastructure and staff expertise needed to simplify the collection and management of publication charges. A powerful cloud-based solution used by leading global publishers and their authors around the world, RightsLink Author has become the de facto standard for the increasingly data-driven scholarly publishing industry.

RightsLink Author also streamlines and automates Open Access funding requests, enabling all stakeholders – publishers, institutions, and funders – to easily coordinate an intuitive author-centric experience with dashboards and detailed reporting for all parties.

CCC is an active partner in the information industry’s transition from subscription content to hybrid and pure Open Access content. For years CCC has brought together key Open Access stakeholders from the author, publisher, institution, funding, and vendor communities through roundtables, panel events, webinars, podcasts, and published pieces. CCC is a member of OASPA (Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association), ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) and SSP (Society of Scholarly Publishing).

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US Scholastica announces sustainable OA publishing roadmap: Plan S and beyond - 11 Sep 2019

Scholastica, a peer review and open access (OA) publishing platform for academic journals, has announced the release of a Product Roadmap detailing new features to help journals comply with Plan S and sustainably meet core technical publishing standards. With these product improvements, Scholastica is making it possible for publishing organizations of any size to produce OA journals of the same professional quality as a large publisher and meet new regulations and standards -- but at a fraction of the time and cost.

Scholastica is committed to ensuring that all journals using its OA publishing platform will be able to meet the guidelines for Plan S, an initiative by a consortium of national and international research funders, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to make research fully and immediately OA by January 1, 2021.

The product updates are part of Scholastica's ongoing efforts to lower the cost and technical barriers to publishing professional-quality OA journals to support academic-led publishing initiatives. Scholastica has also launched a pilot customer service program to support interested publishing users in fulfilling the steps required to be Plan S compliant, at no additional cost.

Scholastica is now an end-to-end journal management platform, with tools and services for peer review, typesetting, publishing, and hosting. For more product and service details, including transparent pricing information, visit the website.

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Switzerland Professor J. A. Tenreiro Machado appointed Editor-in-Chief of Mathematics - 11 Sep 2019

Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI) has announced that, starting from 1st September 2019, the editorial leadership of Mathematics has been taken over by Prof. J. A. Tenreiro Machado, who is a Full Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Porto, Portugal.

Professor J. A. Tenreiro Machado graduated with ‘Licenciatura’ (1980), Ph.D. (1989) and ‘Habilitation’ (1995), in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Porto. During 1980–1998, he worked at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Porto. Since 1998, he has been working at the Institute of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Department of Electrical Engineering. His research focuses on complex systems, nonlinear dynamics, fractional calculus, modeling, entropy, control, and evolutionary computing, as well as genomics. Prof. J. A. Tenreiro Machado is a member of the Editorial boards of several international journals, guest editor of Special Issues, and has about 1000 publications in journals, conferences, and books.

He will work closely with over 100 Editorial Board Members from across the globe. We are confident that under his leadership the journal will continue as a highly respected journal in the field.

We would like to take the opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to the previous Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Lokenath Debnath, for his invaluable contributions to the journal.

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US Aman Kochar Succeeds David Cully at Baker & Taylor in Expanded Role - 11 Sep 2019

Follett Corporation has announced an expanded leadership role for Amandeep Kochar, who succeeded David Cully as head of Baker & Taylor, the company's public library business unit. Cully retired on August 30.

Kochar, who was promoted in June 2019 to lead Baker & Taylor, is responsible for Baker & Taylor's Public Library Sales, Product & Technology Operations, Customer Service, Content and Strategic Partnerships as well as Baker & Taylor's international subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, Mexico and Australia. His expanded responsibilities include leading joint International Sales and Global Technology operations for both Baker &Taylor and Follett School Solutions, the corporation's PreK-12 business.

Kochar also is responsible for Baker & Taylor Publisher Services, which provides sales, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution support to small and mid-size publishers.

Kochar joined Baker & Taylor in 2014 after serving as Chief Product Officer/SVP Product Development with McGraw- Hill. Prior to McGraw-Hill, Kochar served in various software development, digital content and sales leadership roles with HCL Technologies, a multi-billion technology solutions company. Additionally, he co-founded a successful startup that specialized in media software, quality assurance & consulting services. Kochar earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Delhi University and MBA from IIT Kharagpur. Cully joined Baker & Taylor in 2008 and served in several leadership roles before being named President of the business in 2017. He previously held various chief executive and executive president positions at Barnes & Noble, Simon & Schuster, Putnam Berkley Publishing Group and Waldenbooks.

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US Project Euclid and SPIE announce Publishing Technology Partnership - 11 Sep 2019

Project Euclid and SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, has announced a publishing technology partnership to launch a new Project Euclid platform late in 2020. Project Euclid, jointly managed by Cornell University Library and Duke University Press, is an online host and aggregator of over 100 scholarly journals, book series, and conference proceedings in mathematics and statistics. SPIE will develop and power Project Euclid’s new platform in an innovative technology model that brings nonprofit organisations together for the shared development of major publishing infrastructure.

Over the last twenty years, Cornell University Library has developed and operated a dedicated e-publishing platform in support of Project Euclid’s success. The project’s growth and the sector’s accelerating technical requirements now demand a new technology strategy. “At our current scale, there’s a strong business case for moving to an externally supported platform where we can provide advanced publishing services more cost-effectively by developing solutions together with like-minded partners,” said David Ruddy, Project Euclid’s Director of Information Technology.

Over the next year, Project Euclid will communicate closely with librarians, researchers, publishers, and discovery services to ensure a smooth platform migration.

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