Around 200 German universities will lose their subscriptions to Elsevier journals within less than a month since transactions have neglected to end a long haul contract dispute. The struggle between Elsevier, the world’s largest publisher of scientific journals, and Germany’s entire university framework has delayed since 2015. Scholastics in the nation lost access to Elsevier content quickly early this year, yet it was later reestablished while contract talks continued.
Researchers have created the most detailed human Heart Cell Atlas to date, providing new insights into cardiac health and disease. The study, published in Nature, maps the specialized tissue of the cardiac conduction system, which is responsible for initiating heartbeats. The atlas, part of the international Human Cell Atlas initiative, describes 75 different cell states […]
In 2003, PLOS published its first research article and now it has reached the milestone after publishing more than 200,000 research articles across seven Open Access journals. Veronique Kiermer, PLOS Executive Editor stated that ‘”The 200,000th article is a notable milestone for PLOS and for the scientific community that has supported the Open Access movement.” PLOS […]
A new cloud tool launched by SAGE Publications in collaboration with C&M, Hurix and Cenveo, will enable the authors as well as the Production Editors for online page proofing. All stakeholders will work on a single file, instead of the multiple files they used to generate previously, after every minor change. This step will improve […]