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Apple iPAd offers opportunities but with strings attached, publishers told -

Magazine industry experts have reportedly been warned that while Apple's tablet computer, iPad, may offer several publishing opportunities, these are likely to come with strings attached. According to Juan Senor of the Innovation International Media Consulting Group, the arrival of the iPad and other tablets in… Read More

BioMed Central and MIT Libraries partner to deposit OA articles automatically using SWORD protocol -

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries. The deal is to develop an automated system that uses the latest technology to automatically populate MIT's digital repository, DSpace@MIT, with the official version of articles by MIT researchers that have… Read More

Nature Publishing Group and b-on in deal to provide 69 Portuguese institutions with site license access to Nature -

Scientific publisher Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and Biblioteca do Conhecimento Online (b-on) have signed a three-year agreement to provide 69 institutions in Portugal with site license access to Nature. More than 300,000 researchers and students in Portugal will now gain access to research and news published… Read More

DataCite Summer Meeting scheduled for June 2010 -

DataCite, the international consortium to facilitate access to research data, and the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) have announced that the first summer meeting will be held from June 7-8, 2010 in Hannover, Germany. The scope of the Summer Meeting 2010 is to… Read More

Wiley-Wrox named sponsor of Hello World pre-conference session at APPCON 2010 -

Publisher John Wiley & Sons has signed on as a sponsor, co-chair and organiser of the Hello World pre-conference session for the APPCON 2010 mobile app development event in Las Vegas. John Wiley is the publisher of the Wrox line of books, CDs and other educational… Read More

EPA’ new database on chemical hazard, exposure and toxicity data now available -

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a new database, called ToxRefDB, which allows scientists and the interested public to search and download thousands of toxicity testing results on hundreds of chemicals. ToxRefDB captures 30 years and $2 billion of testing results. ToxRefDB provides detailed… Read More


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