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Two-thirds of Wiley-Blackwell’s journal portfolio has an impact factor -

Wiley-Blackwell, the STM and scholarly business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., US, has announced that two-thirds of its journals (67 percent and 1,013 titles) have an impact factor according to the Thomson ISI 2009 Journal Citation Reports (JCR). This is claimed to be a higher… Read More

Springer and the International Union of Crystallography join OASPA -

The Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) has announced that the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) and STM publisher Springer have joined the Association as its latest members. The IUCr is a scientific union adhering to the International Council for Science (ICSU). Its objectives are to… Read More

Sapienza University ties up with Elsevier to offer Reaxys access to research chemists -

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, and Sapienza University of Rome have announced an agreement to provide researchers at the university with access to Reaxys, a workflow solution for research chemists. Reaxys is projected to enable researchers at Sapienza to quickly find the chemistry data relevant for their… Read More

Registrations for fifth webinar in the ARL-ACRL ISC series now open -

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) have announced that registration for the fifth webinar in the ARL-ACRL Institute on Scholarly Communication (ISC) series, Strengthening Programs through Collaboration, is now open. The webinar, 'Transitioning from Subscriptions to Open… Read More

Sony Reader Library programme to promote digital reading at public libraries -

The Digital Reading Business Division of Sony Electronics has unveiled a new initiative to support the work of public libraries as they expand and promote their ebook collections. The programme, launched in recognition of Library Advocacy Day, provides public libraries with training on digital reading devices,… Read More

Amazon’s selection of free Kindle apps expands to include Kindle for Android -, Inc., a US-based multinational e-commerce company, has announced that its suite of free Kindle reading apps now includes Kindle for Android. Customers worldwide can now download this free application from Android Market and benefit from Amazon's vast selection of Kindle books on their Android-powered devices.… Read More

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