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4open announces call for papers for special issue
- 17 Sep 2018

As part of a special collaborative issue, 4open is now accepting contributions developed from research presented at the 16th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics ICNAAM 2018.

All contributing authors at 4open will develop their conference presentations into full papers that explore the research presented at the international meeting. The submission platform is now open and articles will be published in early 2019. The issue will be edited by 4open Editor-in-Chief, Professor Theodore E. Simos.

ICNAAM 2018 brings together a diverse range of researchers in the field of computational and applied mathematics. The meeting allows researchers to discuss and share the latest research and findings in numerical analysis and applied mathematics.

4open is an open access multi- and inter-disciplinary journal dedicated to publishing high-quality content adhering to excellence in all disciplines of science and research, including materials and engineering. All papers will be subject to full peer-review upon submission.

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Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology launches new section on Microbes and Innate Immunity
- 14 Sep 2018

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology has announced the launch of its latest section, Microbes and Innate Immunity, led by Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Amal Amer of Ohio State University.

The new Chief Editor aims to provide a common platform for researchers working on diverse aspects of antimicrobial innate immunity. Providing free access to the latest research and developments in antimicrobial immunity will no doubt benefit the researchers and students in small institutions or research programs throughout the world.

Authors will not only gain the wide visibility for their study after publication but also benefit from other advantages like transparent peer review and rapid publication that comes with publishing in Frontiers. By providing open access, anyone can access the publications regardless of their institutional affiliations or geographic location.

Microbes and Innate Immunity publishes research on the initial microbial sensing by the host, and the innate immune response and its modulation upon infection by human and zoonotic microbial pathogens, including bacteria, viruses and parasites.

Amal Amer and Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti join Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology's outstanding board of Specialty Chief Editors.

Microbes and Innate Immunity is now open for submissions and is accepting Research Topic proposals.

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Springer Nature announces new eBook collection - Intelligent Technologies and Robotics
- 13 Sep 2018

Open research publisher Springer Nature has announced a specially-tailored eBook collection focusing on the fields of intelligent technologies and robotics. This package focuses on interdisciplinary and dynamic areas of engineering which have emerged from the more traditional disciplines of automation and control. The decision to create this new collection reflects the increasing demand for academic books from progressive research areas that are already having an impact in society.

Monographs, proceedings, reference works, handbooks and textbooks will make up the new collection. Topics covered will encompass intelligent transportation, smart farming, the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities and homes, humanoids, Industry 4.0 and medical robotics. Around 375 titles will be included in the first collection, available in 2019.

The Intelligent Technologies and Robotics eBook collection complements Springer Nature's established portfolio of 20 English language eBooks collections in all areas of science, technology, medicine, humanities and the social sciences. Seven different German language eBook collections are also available.

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Gale launches new research environment - Digital Scholar Lab
- 12 Sep 2018

Gale, a Cengage company, has announced the launch of a new cloud-based research environment, Digital Scholar Lab. Digital Scholar Lab allows students and researchers to apply natural language processing tools to raw text data (OCR) from Gale Primary Sources archives in a single research platform. The new research environment removes key barriers to entry into digital scholarship, enabling users at any level to perform textual analysis on large corpora of historical texts, streamlining the workflow process to help generate new research insights.

The new platform marks a major milestone in the innovative evolution of Gale's unrivaled primary source collections and the research possibilities that emerge from natural language processing.

Gale's Digital Scholar Lab provides a critical infrastructure for digital humanities research and instruction, and simplifies complex workflows by integrating the most commonly used open source tools. This combination of content and tools allows researchers to analyse texts in ways that are unattainable through traditional close reading, allowing configuration of tools and content sets to meet users' specific needs in a single research environment.

Gale's Digital Scholar Lab is built on user-based design principles that helps keep research activities organised and accessible. It combines analysis-ready raw text data with digital tools and algorithms to generate visualisations and discoveries that are the hallmark of data mining and digital scholarship. The entirely new platform has been architected for interoperability to flexibly allow future sharing of analytical tools and to promote the global spread of digital scholarship.

As academic libraries continually shift to keep up with the changing needs of research and scholarship, many are looking at the digital humanities as an opportunity for closer collaboration with faculty and other campus stakeholders.

With the Digital Scholar Lab, Gale has created a research environment that helps bridge the gap that often exists between scholarly resources and faculty researchers/students. By shrinking the distance between available content and natural language processing tools, Gale's Digital Scholar Lab provides access to open source and proprietary tools that are frequently required to support libraries that are investing in becoming 'Digital Humanities Centers.'

With Gale's Digital Scholar Lab, users can: search and create robust content/data sets from their library's Gale Primary Sources; use analysis tools and visualise results; organise research and manage long-term projects; download and share visualisations and statistical data.

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SAGE to publish the Journal of Information Technology and Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases from 2019
- 11 Sep 2018

Academic publisher SAGE Publishing has announced that it will publish The Journal of Information Technology (JIT) and Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases (JITTC) from 2019, in partnership with the Association for Information Technology Trust.

Both journals focus on the organisation and management of information systems and the impacts and consequences of information technology. JIT publishes new research from all disciplinary, theoretical and methodological perspectives. Its sister journal JITTC further extends the field by providing key case materials to assist practitioners and academics and teachers in higher education and business development.

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