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AIP Publishing and the China Academy of Engineering Physics announce publishing partnership
- 05 Nov 2018

AIP Publishing, a wholly owned not-for-profit subsidiary of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), has announced a new partnership with the Publishing Center of China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP), to publish Matter and Radiation at Extremes (MRE). MRE, a peer-reviewed Open Access journal, will launch on AIP Publishing's Scitation platform on January 1, 2019.

AIP Publishing will make its full suite of publishing services available to CAEP, providing support from submission through to publication, including subject-matter expert language editing for all accepted manuscripts. Because half of MRE's current submissions originate in China, providing such author services as English-language editing will enable more researchers to bring their work to the world stage, boosting citations and increasing the journal's impact.

MRE publishes original research and comprehensive and in-depth review papers in all areas of experimental and theoretical physics on matter and radiation at extremes. Its scope aligns well with the AIP Publishing journals program and adds a valuable title to its gold open access portfolio, which includes AIP Advances, APL Bioengineering, APL Photonics, APL Materials, and Structural Dynamics.

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Edanz Group and ORCID integrate authoring platforms to streamline manuscript preparation process
- 02 Nov 2018

Edanz Group has announced a new collaboration with ORCID which will make it possible for authors to connect their ORCID iD to the company's Author Path, Author Academy, and Author Services websites.

Now, users of the Chinese- and English-language versions of Edanz's websites will be able to connect their ORCID iD to their Edanz account and access all of the company's products. The Japanese version of the Edanz Author Path will be updated to include the ORCID option later this month.

In addition, new users will be able to register on Edanz products using their ORCID iD. In the future, users will also be able to export publication information to ORCID from products such as the Edanz Author Path.

The Edanz Author Path is a scientific writing and collaboration tool for researchers and authors specifically developed for non-native English speakers. It provides end-to-end manuscript writing guidance as well as journal selection, and lets authors easily invite co-authors to collaborate on projects.

The Edanz Author Academy is a series of free online courses covering every aspect of publishing - from manuscript writing through to submission and review.

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Cochrane and Vivli partner to use Cochrane ontology to power Vivli search
- 01 Nov 2018

Cochrane and Vivli have announced their partnership aimed at helping health researchers move faster toward new treatments and cures. The first phase of the partnership has been to work together to use the Cochrane ontology to power the Vivli search. Clinical trials included or cited on the Vivli platform are annotated using the Cochrane PICO ontology and vocabulary.

Vivli is a non-profit organisation that promotes clinical trial data sharing via a platform designed to serve all elements of the international research community. Cochrane members were invited to try out the Vivli beta website prior to its launch in July.

The Vivli platform helps researchers worldwide to discover, share and analyse data from clinical trials, regardless of who sponsored the research or where the research took place.

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Remarq now available across journals published by American Society of Clinical Oncology
- 31 Oct 2018

RedLink has announced the launch of Remarq on a set of journals published by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), including the Journal of Clinical Oncology: Precision Oncology and the Journal of Clinical Oncology: Clinical Cancer Informatics.

Remarq is a tool for the research and education communities offering collaboration, commenting, article sharing, and editorial tools, all on the publisher's site and utilising the version of record.

By supporting engagement via Remarq on the version of record for these Journals, ASCO will help create a rich environment for collaboration on new clinical oncology research, supporting the delivery of efficient, high-quality cancer care.

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CERN and LA Referencia sign MoU to facilitate use of Zenodo repository in Latin America
- 31 Oct 2018

CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and Council of LA Referencia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate the use of the Zenodo repository for Latin American researchers and institutions.

In a ceremony held in Conicyt, Chile offices, it was highlighted that access to underlying research data is fundamental in order to validate the research results, create new knowledge, and ensure that publicly funded research is available to the public, since, in the case of Latin America, the vast majority of R&D is financed using public funds.

The agreement is the result of joint work that LA Referencia has been undertaking with COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) and OpenAIRE, the European open science platform, to internationalise research infrastructures and ensure alignment across regions.

The ceremony, which was open to the community, was presided over by Patricia Muoz, President of LA Referencia and Director of the Scientific Information Program of Conicyt. Presentations to provide context to the community were given by Joo Mendes Moreira Director of Scientific Information FCT / FCCN de Portugal; Kathleen Shearer, Executive Secretary of COAR and Tim Smith, Project Executive of Zenodo, Group Leader at CERN IT.

The objectives of this memorandum are to: promote the use of Zenodo as a non-commercial alternative for preserving and providing access to research data in Latin America, and initiate pilots with this infrastructure with an emphasis on results financed with public funds; investigate the best technical alternatives for interoperability between Zenodo and LA Reference services; and explore the alternatives for technology transfer between Europe and Latin America related to scientific data.

The benefits of these efforts to connect interoperable regional infrastructures at the global level, led by the S&T government organisations and universities of the region, are being recognised.

The pilot to implement actions in each country according to their realities will start in 2019.

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