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Taylor & Francis and Cambridge University Press join blockchain for peer review project


 April 26, 2018 — Academic publisher Taylor & Francis Group and Cambridge University Press have joined a pilot project to test blockchain technologies applications to peer review. 


Cambridge University Press and Code Ocean partner to increase transparency and code executability


New York, NY, April 12, 2018—Cambridge University Press (the Press), one of the world’s leading University Presses, has partnered with Code Ocean, a platform that enables authors of articles in Press journals to publish and share code associated with their research and readers to view and run that code from within articles.


Clarivate Analytics Acquires Research Startup Kopernio to Accelerate Pace of Scientific Innovation

Philadelphia, April 10, 2018—Clarivate Analytics today announced the strategic acquisition of AI-technology startup Kopernio, to create the definitive publisher-neutral platform for research workflow and analysis for scientific researchers, publishers and institutions worldwide. Kopernio's vision is to legally provide one-click access to millions of journal articles and academic research papers across the globe, dramatically improving and facilitating access to scientific knowledge.

Elsevier's MACRO Adopted by St. Stephen's Clinical Research as Data Capture Platform of Choice

London, March 22, 2018—Implementation aimed to support complex clinical research, as MACRO helps to deliver best practice in clinical trial data collection. Elsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, today announced the successful implementation of its MACRO solution by St. Stephen's Clinical Research in the UK.


GALILEO to Provide Users with Federated Single Sign-On Access in New Agreement with EBSCO Information Services and OpenAthens

End Users Will Be Able to Discover and Seamlessly Access All Library Resources via Secure and Reliable Access Management System

Ipswich, MA,  March 22, 2018—The GALILEO (GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online) consortium is making the research experience easier for their library users by implementing federated single sign-on access, enabling end users to sign-on once into any resource from the site or within Discovery. GALILEO has entered into a five-year agreement with EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and OpenAthens providing single sign-on software that allows the end user to move from resource to resource without re-entering their credentials. The software delivers all of GALILEO’s library resources to its 10 million users by simply having them sign in via a single login.

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