RLSC now can inform authors of available Open Access (OA) publication funding throughout the manuscript lifecycle, starting with submission.
Opportunity in biomedical research has never been greater, and NIH believes strongly that enhancing expectations for data management and sharing allows maximization of that opportunity.
This post is the second in our two-part series on key trends emerging from the coronavirus disruption of the scientific publishing ecosystem that are likely to continue in 2021.
In the first of a two part series presented by CCC, thought-leaders discuss the 2021 outlook for publishing, Open Access, Open Research, new workflows, K-12, digital transformation and copyright.
Discussions with the Digital Public Library of America cover Amazon Publishing titles only.
The walls surrounding research and scholarship have largely fallen, razed by the coronavirus pandemic. Today, the general public avidly follows developments in research related to COVID-19. And the range of concerns goes well beyond virology or epidemiology.
It was likely an outside disruptor would force changes to the scientific publishing ecosystem. COVID-19 has been that disruptor.