With CRediT, ORCID and Publons integrated into Editorial Manager®, we aim for these transparency tools to be easy, standard steps in the publishing process
Wiley has developed a new tool to assist authors, reviewers, and editors in evaluating chemistry data. The 13C NMR (13C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy) data checker is an easy-to-use tool to help reduce errors and increase the reliability of published data in this area.
The cross-organizational industry initiative previously called Common Manuscript Transfer Protocol has been officially named MECA, which stands for Manuscript Exchange Common Approach.
Spring conference season highlights the importance of partnerships. Between STM, CSE and SSP, this spring collaboration has been on full display. The message is clear – results are better when stakeholders work together.
Improve APC workflows for funders, institutions and authors with upcoming RightsLink® for OA Institutional Tool Set
Implementing and growing Open Access Publishing programs represents alternative publishing options for authors, and new revenue streams for publishers. For this reason, the OA market was recently estimated to be growing at 10-15% annually, representing between three and six percent of the total journals market.
Aries impressively integrates with many industry partners, both requiring and further enabling ecosystem collaboration throughout the workflow. One of Aries’ EM Ingest integration partners, Overleaf, recently published The Connected Culture of Collaboration, an interesting and helpful report for publishers, researchers and everyone in between.
You may have heard that Editorial Manager journals, such as PLOS and BioMedCentral, are receiving submissions transferred from the preprint server BioRxiv. Watch this new video to see how the integration works, saving time for authors.
Building bridges: Aries, publishers, and industry technology vendors collaborate to build interoperable systems infrastructure
Aries is among the peer review systems providers collaborating to create a common approach to interoperability that could have major workflow and ecosystem benefits if adopted widely.