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The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and Cambridge University Press announce new publishing partnership
- 13 Oct 2017

The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and academic publisher Cambridge University Press have announced the formation of a new publishing partnership beginning in January 2018. The Society's journals, Mineralogical Magazine and Clay Minerals, will join Cambridge's world-leading Earth and Environmental Sciences publishing programme.

Mineralogical Magazine is an international journal of mineral sciences, published six times per year, which covers the fields of mineralogy, crystallography, geochemistry, petrology, environmental geology and economic geology. Clay Minerals is an international journal of fine-particle science, published four times a year, and includes research papers about clays, clay minerals and related materials, natural or synthetic.

The Society, instituted in 1876, has the general object of advancing the knowledge of the science of mineralogy and its application to other subjects including crystallography, geochemistry, petrology, environmental science and economic geology.

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Taylor&Francis and the Japan Society of Civil Engineers announce publishing partnership from 2018
- 13 Oct 2017

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis and the Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE) have announced a new publishing partnership, effective 2018.

Taylor&Francis will publish Coastal Engineering Journal on behalf of JSCE. With its 60th volume due to publish in 2018, this well-established journal features articles on coastal, harbor, and offshore engineering achievements and practices.

Established as an incorporated association in 1914, JSCE now has approximately 39,000 members. The society's mission is to contribute to building a sustainable society for present and future generations through promoting and progressing civil engineering. It aims to accomplish this through enhancing professional knowledge, skills and practices; strengthening the contribution of civil engineering to society; and promoting communication, cooperation, and collaboration among the members.

The new partnership brings the respected Coastal Engineering Journal to Taylor&Francis's engineering portfolio, enhancing existing offerings in this area, and forging connections with the Japanese engineering community.

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ACCUCOMS in deal to include World Scientific journals in Aggregagent
- 12 Oct 2017

World Scientific Publishing and ACCUCOMS have reached an agreement to include journals from World Scientific in AggregagentTM. The highly regarded journals will mostly become part of the Physical Sciences collections, especially strengthening the collections in Physics&Astronomy and Mathematics.

With the signing of World Scientific, ACCUCOMS can offer content of 16 publishers via Aggregagent to libraries and consortia. Aggregagent now includes almost 400 journals, publishing over 18,500 articles annually. With the rapidly increasing amount of content, Aggregagent will soon be comparable to big deals from major publishers.

World Scientific Publishing collaborates with prestigious organisations like the Nobel Foundation and US National Academies Press to bring high quality academic and professional content to researchers and academics worldwide. The company publishes about 600 books annually and 130 journals in various fields.

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Emerald joins Kudos' shareable PDF program
- 12 Oct 2017

Academic publisher Emerald Publishing has become the latest partner to join Kudos's shareable PDF program, which helps publishers prevent copyright infringement and reclaim lost usage from sharing of research articles on scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs).

Kudos is the award-winning service - free for Emerald authors to use - for maximising the reach and impact of research publications.

The pilot runs through to the end of 2017; participation is limited, with a small number of seats remaining which will be offered on a first come, first served basis. There is no requirement to be a current Kudos customer to participate in the pilot.

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Springer Nature and UNSILO partner to release new comprehensive set of article metadata
- 11 Oct 2017

Springer Nature and text analytics company UNSILO have released a new comprehensive set of article metadata. The new metadata includes keywords for every article, and for articles where no editorial keywords exist, the UNSILO Text Intelligence platform has analysed the full text and selected a set of descriptive Key Concepts.

Traditionally, the content of an academic article has been summarized in three key formats that match the traditional modes of knowledge acquisition and discovery: the abstract, the title, and the editor's keywords. The importance of these traditional formats is undisputed, but the rise of cross-domain innovation and the evolving needs of researchers place new demands on the ability of these systems to explain the relevance of an article in a particular context.

Springer Nature has partnered with UNSILO to develop research tools that understand and build representations of academic articles for these emerging use cases. The key objective is to help researchers spend more time on the most relevant articles, and less time skimming through the ocean of articles that contain the right words, but make no contribution to their research topic.

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