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SAGE Publishing to publish official journal of the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery
- 06 Dec 2018

Academic publisher SAGE Publishing will begin publishing Innovations: Technology and Techniques in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, the official journal of the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery (ISMICS).

Launched by ISMICS as part of a strategic effort to shape the global direction of cardiac surgery, Innovations was the first journal to disseminate information about technological advances leading to less invasive treatment of cardiothoracic and vascular disease. The journal seeks to offer a platform for Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgeons, researchers, and other practitioners to access and contribute to the latest advances in the field of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery.

Published six times a year, the journal delivers research, reviews, manuscripts, case reports, and editorials from biomedical engineers and other experts, as well as newly presented research papers from annually held ISMICS meetings.

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Elsevier unveils latest addition to Advances series - Advances in Molecular Pathology
- 06 Dec 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced the launch of a new annual Continuity publication. The series, Advances in Molecular Pathology, offers articles that explore the state-of-the-art developments in molecular testing. Advances in Molecular Pathology is the latest addition to the growing Elsevier Advances family. The series is aimed at practicing pathologists and other clinicians who want to learn more about how molecular diagnostics can positively impact patient care and improve patient outcomes.

Advances in Molecular Pathology provides readers with an in-depth review of the latest clinical advancements in seven subspecialty areas - Genetics, Hematopathology, Infectious Disease, Pharmacogenomics, Informatics, Solid Tumors, and Identity/HLA. This series will help pathologists stay up-to-date as this field continues to develop and grow at an incredible pace.

Members of a distinguished editorial board - Editor-in-Chief Gregory J. Tsongalis and Section Editors Ahmad N. Abou Tayoun, Kevin Alby, Andrea Ferreira-Gonzalez, Todd W. Kelley, Christopher Korch, Ann M. Moyer, and Jeremy P. Segal - have brought together leading experts to discuss trending topics in molecular pathology.

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Taylor&Francis unveils newly developed Editor Resources site
- 05 Dec 2018

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis has announced the launch of the new and improved Editor Resources site. The online hub of content is packed with insights, information and resources to support the Taylor&Francis community of journal editors.

The new Editor Resources is structured around the key aspects of the editor's role that organises and optimises their resources. It combines the best content from the old site for editors, with new resources designed specifically to suit the needs of the community at every stage of their career.

The site's content has been curated around six core themes - content development, working with editorial boards, publication ethics, journal visibility, peer review, and research metrics which together form the basis of a journal editor's role.

The new suite of resources hosted on the site use a range of formats, including case studies, interviews, downloadable PDF guides, and blog posts, all arranged within the three main sections of the website.

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ChemRxiv announces Direct Journal Transfer to streamline submission of research for journal peer review
- 03 Dec 2018

ChemRxiv, a chemistry preprint server for the global chemistry community, has announced Direct Journal Transfer, a new feature that will help authors submit their posted preprints to established journals for editorial consideration and peer review. This feature, which is now available on the ChemRxiv website, currently enables direct submission to journals published by the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the German Chemical Society (GDCh), including ChemPubSoc Europe (CPSE) journals. Those ChemRxiv founder society partners welcome other interested scientific publishers to inquire about adoption of ChemRxiv's Direct Journal Transfer capability for their journals.

Since its inception in 2017, ChemRxiv has attracted more than 800 original preprints from authors across 40 different countries. Global readers have responded in kind, with preprints read more than 800,000 times over the last year. Many of these preprints have evolved into full research publications appearing in prominent journals, including ACS Central Science, Angewandte Chemie, Chemical Science, Nature and Science, underscoring the excellent quality of the research being posted to ChemRxiv. Direct Journal Transfer will further enhance the utility of ChemRxiv by facilitating the integration of editorial peer review across publishers and their journal delivery platforms.

ChemRxiv contains an easy-to-use preprint submission system powered by Figshare. Most preprints are openly available within 1-2 business days, which allows submissions to be vetted for plagiarism and compliance with the site's scientific guidelines prior to their uploading. From within ChemRxiv, authors now can use Direct Journal Transfer to select a preprint from their online profile and then forward the files to a journal for review and possible publication. Upon that transfer, the respective journal will contact authors for any additional details required to progress the submission through peer review.

ChemRxiv preprints have unique digital object identifiers (DOIs) and are indexed by CrossRef, Chemical Abstract Services and Google Scholar. With Direct Journal Transfer now enabled for research journals of ACS, RSC and GDCh, participation in ChemRxiv makes it easy for authors to choose from a range of leading chemistry journals published by those scientific societies when seeking to publish their work. Upon journal publication, ChemRxiv preprints contain a link directing readers to the final published version of record at the official journal site, thus ensuring that future research is built upon the scientific integrity of that peer-reviewed information.

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Kudos raises 2.2M to launch new communications management system for researchers
- 30 Nov 2018

Kudos, the award-winning service for maximising the reach and impact of research, will develop and launch a new communications management system for researchers, after securing 2.2m investment.

The global research sector is undergoing significant and accelerating change, with mechanisms for evaluation, publication and reward being overhauled to improve efficiencies. With over 150b invested annually in research through universities worldwide, innovation is needed to improve the return on this expenditure; effective communication, throughout the research lifecycle, is central to this.

Launched in 2014, Kudos serves over a quarter of a million researchers, affiliated with over 10,000 universities and other research institutions in 190 countries. Having built a central data set of communications activities and results, the company is uniquely positioned to develop algorithms for maximising engagement with research and its potential for impact.

Through this investment, Kudos will rapidly expand its service to enable research groups, departments and universities to plan, action and report on their communication activities - across multiple projects, outputs and publications - and understand which are most effective for engaging specific target audiences. Further, the data collected will give funders, publishers and other stakeholders greater insight into the most effective communication mechanisms for improving research impact.

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