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US Clarivate Analytics collaborates with Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings to support early career researchers - 27 Jun 2017

Clarivate Analytics, the global provider of trusted insights and analytics that accelerate the pace of innovation, has announced its collaboration with the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, supporting the annual series of highly esteemed scientific meetings of Nobel Prize-winning laureates and select early career researchers from across the globe.

Clarivate, working with Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, will contribute a customised analysis tool for emerging chemistry research fronts for the over 400 early career scientists attending the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (#LiNo17). These data and tool provide a data-driven view of potential connections and collaborations to explore for future incorporation into research agendas.

Additional Clarivate support includes joining the 9th Innovation Forum 'Imaging on a Molecular Level' as a panelist, discussing mining the scholarly literature within the Web of Science to understand more about research on molecular imaging modalities and the application of new methodologies in super-resolution imaging.

First held in 1951, the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings started as a meeting of European chemists in the small lakeside town of Lindau, Germany. The organisation now hosts panels, discussions and lectures with world renowned scientists, where discussions bring international awareness of various scientific topics to people in and out of the realm of science.

Later this summer from August 22-26, Clarivate Analytics will also participate in the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences, which brings together laureates in economic sciences and young economists.

Further, later this year, Clarivate will support the selection process for the most promising 2018 Lindau Meeting young scientists by providing an unbiased assessment of quantitative performance indicators for the 2018 meeting nominees. Indicators from InCites, an integrated web-based scientometric platform powered by data from the Web of Science, including field- and journal-normalised metrics, will provide the selection committee with an understanding of how an applicant is performing in comparison to similar research published in the same subject area and world region.

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US Society for Scholarly Publishing recognises seven members for outstanding contributions at 2017 Annual Meeting - 27 Jun 2017

The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) recognized the efforts of seven deserving individuals at its recent Annual Meeting held in Boston, MA, May 31- June 2.

Ann Michael, Chair of the Nominating and Awards Committee and 2016-2017 SSP Past President presented Mary Beth Barilla, Publisher Relations Director, RedLink; Lori Carlin, Director, Marketing & Senior Consultant, Delta Think; Yael Fitzpatrick, and Michael Clarke, President, Clarke and Company with the SSP Appreciation Award. The award recognises the work of individuals whose recent actions have benefited SSP and the scholarly communication field.

Barilla was commended for her efforts on the SSP Annual Meeting Program Committee since 2014, serving in the co-chair position for three years. During her time as a co-chair the Annual Meeting has exceeded records for both the number of concurrent sessions and numbers of attendees. Carlin and Fitzpatrick were recognised for their leadership in spearheading the Branding Task Force which recently launched a visual identity refresh for the Society. Clarke successfully lead the Scholarly Kitchen Renovation Task Force through a website redesign earlier this year.

Each year SSP acknowledges the achievements of up-and-coming leaders in scholarly publishing who have demonstrated their potential through outstanding service and contribution. Applications were judged on the nominees' demonstration of leadership on an SSP committee or task force and innovative contributions made to the field of scholarly communications. This year the Nominating and Awards Committee selected two deserving candidates. The 2017 SSP Emerging Leader Award winners are Emma Brink, Associate Editor, John Wiley and Sons., and Matt Cooper, Senior Commercial Support Analyst, John Wiley and Sons.

Brink and Cooper, are members of the Career Development Committee and have served as co-chairs of the Early Career Sub-committee since 2015. Through their efforts, they are bringing more visibility to and driving engagement from early career professionals through a number of outreach activities. They've also been central to elevating the issue of diversity and inclusion to the forefront for SSP and its membership.

The esteemed recipient of the 2017 SSP Distinguished Service Award is Will Wakeling. This award is given to a member of SSP for his or her work over an extended period to help further the mission of SSP and the field of scholarly communication. Wakeling has been a member of a variety of SSP committees since 2006 and received an SSP Appreciation Award in 2012. He has served as a member of the SSP Board of Directors and over several years, successfully guided the SSP Fellowship Program, previously the Travel Grant Program, to be the highly-competitive and enriching experience that it is today. The Fellowship Program offers a wide range of career development and nurturing opportunities for students and early-career professionals in the scholarly publishing industry and provides funding for attendance to the SSP Annual Meeting.

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US Wolters Kluwer to publish the Canadian Journal of Addiction - 27 Jun 2017

Wolters Kluwer, a global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced a new publishing partnership with the Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine (CSAM). Beginning with the December 2017 issue, Wolters Kluwer will publish the Canadian Journal of Addiction, the official journal of the CSAM, as part of its Lippincott journal portfolio.

The Canadian Journal of Addiction (CJA-JCA) is a peer reviewed journal devoted to practical clinical research, management and treatment issues related to addictive disorders and their behaviours. The journal publishes broad-spectrum, patient-oriented coverage of all aspects of addiction, directed toward an audience of addiction medicine clinicians, primary care providers, psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, pharmacists, and other health care practitioners involved in alleviating the consequences of the misuses of alcohol and licit and illicit drugs as well as addictive behaviours.

The journal joins the Lippincott portfolio of specialty medical, nursing and allied health journals that includes, the Journal of Addiction Medicine, Behavioural Pharmacology, Journal of Addictions Nursing, and Addictive Disorders & their Treatments.

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US Eastern Michigan University goes live with Alma and Summon integration - 27 Jun 2017

Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that Eastern Michigan University has gone live with the Ex Libris Alma® library services platform integrated with the Ex Libris Summon® discovery service.

The first library to implement this integrated solution, Eastern Michigan now benefits from improved resource management workflows and an optimised resource discovery experience. Alma replaces the Ex Libris Voyager integrated library system while the university has retained Summon as the preferred discovery service.

Eastern Michigan's migration to Alma and the unification of the management and discovery of physical and electronic resources represent a significant step forward for the university library. It is already experiencing greater efficiency through the automation of many processes and the tight integration of services.

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US Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. and Burgundy Information Services announce expanded representation agreement - 27 Jun 2017

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers has announced expanded subscription sales representation by Burgundy Information Services in Australia, New Zealand and Turkey. These regions join current representation by Burgundy Information Services in the UK, Europe, Russia, and South Africa and extend the companies' cooperation through 2020.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017, Burgundy Information Services represents a range of publishers, content aggregators, and library technology suppliers from around the world, specialising in negotiating the delivery of services and content to libraries and information centers.

Through cooperation with Burgundy, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. has significantly increased the global reach and impact of its peer-reviewed journal portfolio in leading institutions throughout the world.

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US Physicians Postgraduate Press to preserve e-journals with Portico - 27 Jun 2017

Digital preservation service Portico has announced that Physicians Postgraduate Press (PPP) is preserving their electronic content with Portico, ensuring that it will be secure and available into the future.

PPP has been a leading medical publisher for nearly 80 years. PPP is the publisher of 2 medical journals, the CME Institute, and various websites, eg, Psychiatrist.com, NeurologyKnowledge.com, and microsites.

PPP aims to provide lifelong learning for health care professionals by offering evidenced-based, peer-reviewed scientific information about the diagnosis and treatment of behavioural health and neuropsychiatric disorders.

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