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Slack Incorporated and Editage partner to launch author services for peer-reviewed journals
- 20 Jun 2018

SLACK Incorporated, an independent STM publishing company, has collaborated with Editage to launch author services for its peer-reviewed journals. SLACK Author Services, powered by Editage (https://slackauthorservices.editage.com), are designed to support authors with not only end-to-end pre-submission manuscript preparation, but also translations and post-publication research communication. Many of these submissions are from international authors who may be developing innovative research, but who have previously found difficulty in publishing due to language barriers or other obstacles to accessibility.

All authors utilising Editage to prepare their submissions to SLACK journals will have free access to a wealth of educational resources powered by Editage Insights, the author education arm of Editage.

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ProQuest expands remote and mobile access with Google Scholar
- 20 Jun 2018

ProQuest has added support for two new Google Scholar features, giving academic researchers round-the-clock access to scholarly full-text articles and graduate works from anywhere in the world.

Now, researchers who use Google Scholar can more easily discover and access the scholarly journal articles, dissertations and theses in their library's ProQuest databases with the help of Google Scholar CASA remote access and Mobile access with Quick Abstracts.

ProQuest has added support for Google Scholar's Campus Activated Subscriber Access (CASA) service, giving students and faculty an easy way to retrieve content from anywhere in the world. With CASA, academic researchers can access the full-text scholarly ProQuest content their institution subscribes to - including journals, dissertations and theses - when they are studying or working remotely and IP authentication is not available.

Mobile access with Quick Abstracts significantly improves the workflow of researchers that use their mobile phones to search and retrieve ProQuest content. Quick Abstracts - available for all content indexed on Google Scholar - lets users quickly read abstracts and browse through articles on Google Scholar when using mobile devices.

Customers can begin using these features automatically, with no setup required. They will also see millions of additional scholarly full-text articles from ProQuest indexed in Google Scholar since the company began using the service in 2015.

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Project MUSE launches redesigned platform
- 18 Jun 2018

Project MUSE, a provider of digital Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) content, has released its newly-redesigned web presence.

The launch is a redesign and re-engineering of MUSE's proprietary platform. The URL structure for all book and journal content in MUSE will remain the same and there will be no need for redirects or updates to DOI links, no impact on institutional usage statistics, nor any need to update proxy configurations. The informational part of the site, with details on acquiring MUSE products, resources for participating publishers and libraries, and other organisational materials, has also been redesigned, but any key links that the customers may have bookmarked here will be redirected as needed.

Among the new features now available are: the option for a personalised 'My MUSE' account, allowing users to save searches, create a library of their favorite MUSE materials, generate citations, and search within their personal library; content footnotes and references presented 'in-line' with the associated text in a journal article or book chapter; a streamlined search experience with additional facets for book series and thematic journal issues; and a highly responsive design to meet a variety of device options.

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IOP Publishing launches new journal, Electronic Structure
- 18 Jun 2018

IOP Publishing has introduced Electronic Structure (EST) as the newest addition to its journal portfolio.

EST is a multidisciplinary journal, covering all theoretical and experimental aspects of electronic structure research, including the development of new methods.

It is dedicated to the entirety of electronic structure research and its community, spanning materials science, physics, chemistry and biology. It welcomes papers using any theoretical or experimental technique to study any aspect of electronic structure.

The journal is led by joint Editors-in-Chief Bert de Jong (Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, USA) and Professor Risto Nieminen (Aalto University, Finland).

EST opened for submissions on the May 29, 2018. All articles will be free to read until the end of 2019.

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IOP Publishing launches two new review journals - Progress in Biomedical Engineering and Progress in Energy
- 15 Jun 2018

IOP Publishing has launched two new review journals, Progress in Biomedical Engineering and Progress in Energy, dedicated to biomedical engineering and energy research. To build on the success of Reports on Progress in Physics, and IOP Publishing's established energy and biomedical engineering titles, the new journals focus on authoritative reviews and opinion pieces in the most significant areas of biomedical engineering and energy research.

The new journals will feature invited review articles by leading experts, covering the current state of the science in each field. They will form a platform for knowledge sharing, and offer scientists the opportunity to collaborate and shape the future direction of research in these fields.

The journals will open for submissions in November 2018.

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