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This additional investment makes CACTUS the largest external stakeholder in the company and showcases CACTUS’s commitment to back promising companies that align with its vision of moving science forward.
This version includes corrections and clarifications that will make it easier for publishers and vendors to comply.
Software Intelligence Platform’s 'deep observability and advanced AIOps capabilities' simplify cloud complexity and empower technology teams to accelerate innovation.
This pilot brings together three organizations with a shared mission in removing barriers to the widespread adoption of Open Access and Open Science publishing practices and will run from September 1, 2021, to August 31, 2023.
SPARC has released the results of its COVID Impact Survey, which was undertaken to better understand academic libraries’ pandemic-related budgetary challenges and approaches, with a focus on understanding how they affected attitudes towards content, collections, and open initiatives.
An important feature of the Registry is the ‘Notification of issues and data updates’ section in response to requests from librarians. Publishers are urged to check their information on the Registry.
Higher Education Press (HEP) signed a strategic partnership agreement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc., during the 28th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) held Sept. 14 to 18 in Beijing.
Following a successful pilot program, LYRASIS is opening a new round of funding opportunities to support Open Access (OA) publishing by scholarly journals. The journals seeking investments in OACIP’s second phase include Algebraic Combinatorics, History of Media Studies, and Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.
KU Leuven has become the first institution to join its Opening the Future programme.
Bloomsbury Publishing has announced that it has completed the acquisition of certain assets of Artfilms, the video streaming service of Contemporary Arts Media