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Sports medicine startup Empericus partners with Wolters Kluwer to transform athlete management and patient care

Wolters Kluwer, Health has announced that Empericus, an innovative, evidence-based platform for patient care and athlete management, has selected Health Language® to accelerate healthcare data exchange in sports medicine. Health Language solutions will strengthen the Empericus real-time Health IntelligenceTM Platform which provides a unified view of…

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Universities may have to cancel deals with publishers if they don’t respond to current financial pressures – warn major sector bodies

A price freeze on journal subscriptions will not be enough to avoid UK researchers losing access to key academic content, warn three major sector bodies representing academic library directors and higher education managers. Research Libraries UK (RLUK), SCONUL, the professional association for academic and research…

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IOP Publishing joins Research4Life to boost access to scientific research in low-income nations

IOP Publishing has joined Research4Life, a multi-organisation partnership aiming to reduce the knowledge gap between high-income and low-and middle-income countries by making scholarly, professional and research information more accessible. It means that IOPP’s journals – which span more than 40 subject…

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ASM recognised with Power of A Gold Award for COVID-19 response

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) has been awarded the Power of A (association) Gold Award by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) for ASM’s COVID-19 response. The Power of A awards is an industry honour, which…

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LibLynx partners with PLOS to develop Open Access analytics

LibLynx, an independent provider of cloud-based Identity and Access management (IAM) solutions, has partnered with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) to develop ground-breaking analytics that better communicate the usage and impact of Open Access (OA) content. A critical component in…

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Frontiers and The Geological Society of London partner to launch Open Access journal Earth Science, Systems and Society

Frontiers and the Geological Society of London have announced that they have formed a publishing partnership to facilitate the launch of a new Gold Open Access journal Earth Science, Systems and Society (ES3). ES3 will publish timely and topical research of…

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New publishing model pins hopes on ‘unity of purpose’
Higher education leaders in South Africa are looking to move to a European model for open access (OA) publishing of scholarly articles as soon as possible, according to the body that coordinates the country’s public universities. The plan to move to the new model has been slammed as unduly expensive…

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Elsevier in China – a brief
Paul M. Evans, Vice President of Elsevier, China, has given a brief on the STM publishing industry, his company's proposed activities in China and ethical publishing standards.

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The iPRES 2020, 17th International Conference on Digital Preservation - 21 Sep 2020

The iPRES 2020, 17th International Conference on Digital Preservation, will be held in September 21-24, 2020, Beijing, China. The International Conference on Digital Preservation, or iPres Conference, is the premier conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004 there have been annual iPRES conferences around the globe to share their recent…

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SSP 42nd Annual Meeting - 27 May 2020

Society for Scholarly Publishing’s (SSP) 2020 host city of Boston inspired the concept of “revolution” in this year’s theme, and to explore a broad range of interpretations of this concept as they apply to the community. How will we as scholarly communication professionals reimagine ourselves to respond to the changes…

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