Springer Nature has reached an understanding on a new transformative read and publish deal with swissuniversities. Both parties have signed a Memorandum of Understanding; the final agreement will be concluded between Springer Nature and the Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries this summer.
Once signed, the agreement will enable all corresponding authors affiliated with the Swiss academic and research institutions participating in the agreement to publish open access (OA) in Springer Nature’s portfolio of over 2,200 hybrid journals, making this primary research immediately and freely accessible from the point of publication. In addition, it will give researchers access to all published research on SpringerLink.
This new deal will bring the number of Springer Nature’s national transformative agreements to 11, meaning that Springer Nature has in place more national transformative deals than any other publisher, including the world’s largest by volume of articles with Projekt DEAL in Germany.
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