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Open Access Australasia and CAUL support the UNESCO recommendation on open science -

The adoption of the UNESCO Open Science Recommendation at the 41st Session of its General Conference this week in Paris is a strong global signal of the importance of a coherent approach to open science. Open science is an inclusive and ambitious endeavour, needed for equitable access… Read More

OA content from Rockefeller University Press now available on the professional network for researchers, ResearchGate -

ResearchGate and Rockefeller University Press (RUP) has announced the completion of the first phase of a content syndication pilot partnership. ResearchGate users can now find full-text Immediate OA articles and a subset of five years of archival content published in the Journal of Cell… Read More

Museum of New Zealand’s journal Tūhinga moves to Pensoft’s ARPHA publishing platform -

The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa has signed with scholarly publisher and technology provider Pensoft and its publishing platform ARPHA, to turn Tūhinga “into a 21st-century”, digital-native diamond open-access journal. As part of the agreement, not only is the… Read More

Scholarly publishers agree on standards for inclusion and diversity -

As a signatory of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Joint Commitment for Action on Inclusion and Diversity in Publishing, PLOS has announced that the group has agreed to a set of standards to reduce bias within scholarly publishing. Last year, PLOS joined together with… Read More

AIP Publishing and Jisc announce three-year read & publish agreement -

AIP Publishing, a leading not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, has reached a three-year Read and Publish agreement with Jisc, an academic not-for-profit that advances digital technologies in support of education and research in the United Kingdom. The agreement, which covers the period of 2021-2023,… Read More

Collaboration between IBM Research Europe and Thieme Chemistry brings together ML and expert human-curated data with unprecedented results in synthesis reaction planning -

The collaboration between IBM Research Europe and Thieme Chemistry, announced this summer, leverages the synergies between high-quality data (Science of Synthesis and Synfacts by Thieme) and cutting-edge machine learning models for organic chemistry synthesis prediction (RXN for Chemistry by IBM) to create an unprecedented… Read More


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