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ACM launches industry-focused journal on digital threats -

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has announced the launch of Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP), a new peer-reviewed open access journal that targets the prevention, identification, mitigation and elimination of digital threats. As DTRAP seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and industry… Read More

RSC Chemical Biology becomes first Royal Society of Chemistry journal to adopt transparent peer review -

RSC Chemical Biology has become the first Royal Society of Chemistry journal to adopt transparent peer review – meaning that reviewers’ comments can be read publically. The move is part of RSC’s commitment to make research and decision-making more open, robust and accessible. RSC Chemical… Read More

Bentham Science launches new multidisciplinary journal, ‘Current Chinese Science’ -

STM publisher Bentham Science has announced an important new multidisciplinary journal, Current Chinese Science. This will be the world's largest journal with over 4,000 leading Chinese scientists involved on its editorial board. Current Chinese Science is a peer reviewed journal with… Read More

NIH launches a website for COVID-19 workers -

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will launch a website with important educational resources for coronavirus workers dealing with the spread of COVID-19. The initiative got underway after Congress passed a supplemental appropriation of $10 million on March 6 for worker-based training… Read More

Cactus Communications offers about 200 manuscripts on COVID-19 research pro bono -

In February 2020, Cactus Communications, a global scientific communications company, started offering pro bono manuscript preparation and research promotion services to authors researching the 2019 novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, outbreak. These pro bono services were made available in all markets with the aim of promoting… Read More

Planetary Science Journal’s first articles now online -

The first articles to be published in the Planetary Science Journal (PSJ) are now online. Launched by the AAS and PSJ’s Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) in 2019, PSJ is an open-access journal devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories relevant to the investigation of both… Read More

PLOS ONE publishes its first Coronavirus-related paper -

Open Access and Open Science are critical, especially in times of crisis. The COVID-19 outbreak shows how important it is for medical professionals, scientific experts, and every member of the public to have immediate access to the latest science. Equal access to the latest research can assuage public fears or… Read More

ACS launches virtual platform for sharing research from Philadelphia national meeting -

Attendees whose abstracts were accepted for the now-cancelled spring ACS national meeting in Philadelphia will be able to share their posters and presentations through SciMeetings, a virtual science-sharing platform developed by ACS Publications in collaboration with other ACS divisions. The platform will be fully open access… Read More

EPJ N releases first free article in its ‘Key Summaries’ series -

EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies (EPJ N) has introduced the first free article in its ‘Key Summaries’ series. This ‘Key Summary’ offers an easy to understand description of the topical issue ‘Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts’ published in EPJ… Read More

EPJ N announces completion of topical issue: ‘Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts’ -

EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies (EPJ N) has announced the completion of the topical issue, ‘Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts’, guest edited by Jan Leen Kloosterman (TU Delft), Elsa Merle (LPSC-IN2P3-CNRS, UJF, Grenoble INP) and Jean Ragusa (Texas A&M University). The two remaining… Read More

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