The rebranding will start with Refinitiv Workspace becoming LSEG Workspace.

Posted 05 September 2023

Paramount Global and private equity firm KKR signed a definitive agreement for KKR to acquire Simon & Schuster for $1.62 billion in an all-cash transaction.

Posted 05 September 2023

Discovery and access to over 5.5 million global dissertations and theses added to Web of Science

Posted 01 August 2023

Open Advances will encompass a range of disciplines, focus on global challenges, and unlock Open Access by never charging authors a fee to publish

Posted 04 July 2023

Wiley extended its partnership with online library Perlego to offer higher education students around the world access to digital books. The partnership, which began in 2019, will extend for four years, through February 2027.

Posted 06 June 2023

LEI-mapping capability enhanced as LEI Data links to corresponding records in OpenCorporates database

Posted 02 May 2023

Oakley Capital and Bain Capital Credit are investing in the combined business

Posted 02 May 2023

Adding international news media content extends and deepens the existing, decade-long cooperation between WELT and Bloomberg, as well as Insider and Bloomberg.

Posted 04 April 2023

Legal researchers now have access to real-time updates on Westlaw, which replaces the time-consuming taks of scouring the UK Supreme Cpirt website and adds expert editorial case analysis and content sets unique to Westlaw UK.

Posted 04 April 2023

The Company of Biologists will be planting a tree for each Research Article and Review article published in its five journals, as well as preserving ancient woodland to recognise the important work of all peer reviewers.

Posted 04 April 2023

The Sustainable Development Knowledge Cooperative is being launched in partnership with Impact Science, a brand of Cactus Communications (CACTUS).

Posted 07 March 2023

JSTOR, part of the non-profit ITHAKA, and a cohort of leading university presses announced Path to Open, a program to support the open access publication of new groundbreaking scholarly books that bring diverse perspectives and research to millions of people.

Posted 07 February 2023

The capability for scite users to ask research questions in plain language and get answers directly from the full text of research articles is the premise of scite's new "Ask a Question" feature.

Posted 06 December 2022

Publishing houses plan to cooperate to help accelerate the transformation towards open access and research

Posted 01 November 2022

The new interface for Gale Business: Insights provides increases access to tools and databases on one platform, improving research outcomes for students, researhers and faculty.

Posted 01 November 2022

eLife decided to end accept/reject decisions following peer review, opting to emphasise the public peer review of preprints, restoring author autonomy and promoting the assessment of scientists based on what rather than where they publish.

Posted 01 November 2022

The reference manager was built for collaborative research teams looking to drive organization and collaboration at scale.

Posted 04 October 2022

The Getty Trust commits $30 million to digitize the Johnson Publishing Company archive, which features more than 4 million prints and negatives that chronicle 20th-century Black life.

Posted 06 September 2022

Oxford University Press announced the migration of its book content to Oxford Academic—the online platform for its academic research—and, separately, announced the expansion of its agreement with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to make its content more accessible.

Posted 06 September 2022

Writing about university research rankings may not be everyone's cup of tea, but during the pandemic, it fit international librarian Ruth Pagell to a T. Rankings are relevant to librarians because almost all of them include at least one indicator based on bibliometrics from Clarivate or Elsevier. What a great opportunity for librarians to show off their expertise with different metrics!

Posted 06 September 2022

Bloomsbury Publishing, which acquired ABC-Clio and Libraries Unlimited in January 2022, has relaunched its Cite Them Right site.

Posted 05 July 2022

Publishers are invited to support the initiative and nominate content to be summarized and promoted.

Posted 07 June 2022

The Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology (TIB) operates an open access platform, the TIB AV-Portal, on which scientific videos such as conference recordings, simulations, animations, lectures and visualized research data can be published and viewed free of charge.

Posted 07 June 2022

Posted 12 April 2022

Martin Paul Eve takes us behind the scenes to describe the development of Janeway, Birkbeck College's platform for scholarly communication that is used by universities in multiple countries and reveals the origin of the name of the platform.

Posted 05 April 2022