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FAIRsharing and DataCite are proposing a set of criteria that journals and publishers believe are important for the identification and selection of data repositories.

Heroes of science and research integrity

Heroes of science and research integrity

Researchers | Research integrity

Protecting research integrity is often a thankless task, but on November 14 some of those at the coalface were recognized for their efforts.

Editor spotlight: Meet Prof. Charles Sorrell

Career | Editors | Researchers

This blog is part of our ‘Editor Spotlight Series’. Look out for monthly...

New study examines bizarre workings of rare type of magnetic star.

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With the researcher at the heart of the publishing experience, we have created a diverse portfolio of peer-reviewed, open access journals across a wide range of scientific and medical disciplines. Choose the journal that fits your niche.Publish with us

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To assist publishers and societies in embracing the advantages offered by an open access publishing model, we have created Phenom - a simple, intuitive, cost-effective publishing solution that supports all workflows; from submission and peer review through to production and publication. Partner with us

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Today SCOAP3 have announced that they have signed contracts with 11 leading commercial and society publishers to extend this Open Access initiative...

A selection of open access articles published with a strong focus on the cellular and molecular pathophysiology which influence breast cancer...

To celebrate the first year of Heteroatom Chemistry being Open Access, we take a look at some of the first published articles and speak to an...

This blog is part of our ‘Editor Spotlight Series’. Look out for monthly...

This blog is the first in our new ‘Editor Spotlight Series’. Look out for...