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AIP Publishing launches new OA scientific journal, APL Machine Learning, Dr. Adnan Mehonic named founding editor-in-chief -

AIP Publishing has announced the launch of a new open access scientific journal — APL Machine Learning, and the appointment of its founding editor-in-chief, Dr. Adnan Mehonic. APL Machine Learning will feature research addressing how machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) can… Read More

The Association of University Presses and the Society for Scholarly Publishing create joint task force on career progression -

The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) and the Association of University Presses (AUPresses) have established a joint task force to create a scholarly publishing position reference directory – a first of its kind reference that charts position descriptions and career paths across the industry.… Read More

Oxford University Press publishes its first Responsible Publishing Report -

Oxford University Press has published its first Responsible Publishing Report. The report outlines OUP’s intent to reduce its environmental impact and support its people and communities. It reflects on the progress made in 2021-2022 and outlines OUP’s commitments for the future, in line with… Read More

AAEA & Wiley publish first articles in new OA journal -

Journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (JAAEA), an Open Access journal from AAEA in partnership with Wiley, has published its first articles. JAAEA publishes peer-reviewed research of the high-quality readers expect from AJAE and AEPP, expanded to cover a broad range of… Read More

CHEST issues call for Editors in Chief to lead two new journals -

The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) is expanding its journal portfolio and actively recruiting Editors in Chief to launch and lead two new open access journals. Set to launch in early 2023, the journals CHEST Pulmonary and CHEST Critical Care will contain specialized research in pulmonary… Read More

SIS Benelux/Low Countries Studies and Knowledge Unlatched develop successful collaboration -

The Specialised Information Service Benelux / Low Countries Studies (FID Benelux) has provided funding to make 28 titles from the field of Dutch, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg studies available Open Access. The e-books have been made openly accessible in partnership with Knowledge Unlatched (KU)Read More

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