The world's oldest scientific publisher, The Royal Society of London, announced today that they will launch a new open access journal that will cover the entire spectrum of science and mathematics.
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The Open Access peer-reviewed journals covered by Web of Science. Transforming Scholarly Communication blog provides updates concerning issues in scholarly communications.
SPIE Reviews is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes invited review articles covering the state of the art of emerging and rapidly evolving optics and photonics technologies and their applications.
Cornell University Library Engages More Institutions in Supporting arXiv
Collaborative Business Model Changes Funding Structure
ITHACA, N.Y. (Jan. 21, 2010) - In a move to expand support for sustaining arXiv, Cornell University Library is broadening the funding base for the online scientific repository.
Professional Engineering Publishing has launched new service for conference organizers: Engineering Conferences Online (ECO). ECO promotes the dissemination of important engineering research that would normally be very difficult, or impossible, to locate. It provides electronic access to the proceedings of conferences in the engineering field.
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Open Access aims to remove restrictions that exist on the access to articles and knowledge to the world-wide scholarly community, in particular to those in developing countries.