The first inside account of the most controversial presidency will be reflected in the book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” written by Michel Wolff. The book will be edited by Macmillan’s editor at large John Sterling. Henry Holt’s president and publisher Stephen Rubin announced today that the book will be published on Jan.9, 2018.
Wolff shows how Trump furthermore, his team careened starting with one crisis then onto the next amid the organization’s initial nine months in view of more than 200 interviews with the president and most individuals from his ranking staff.
Reference link: https://macus.supadu.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/wolff-release.pdf
Michael Eisen, an acclaimed biologist at UC Berkeley and co-founder of the Public Library of Science, has resolved to change the way scientific findings are circulated. His PLOS publishes some of the widest and most prestigious academic papers in the world. He aims to provide open access, meaning anyone having internet connection can read them for free. Currently, most research papers are locked behind paywalls, and unlocking those documents costs hundreds of dollars per article. This prevents the general public and scientists from being updated about new researches although they are funded by U.S. taxpayers. PLOS has started an initiative called open science movement to break up the academic publishing conglomerate.
Reference link: http://reason.com/reasontv/2017/11/30/open-access-science-publishing-plos
Springer will publish the Canadian Journal of Public Health from 1st January 2018 in collaboration with Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA). It is currently self-published by CPHA, The journal is accepting research articles, reviews, and correspondence in English or French on all aspects of public health and preventive medicine with a particular focus on population health intervention research.
STORM Therapeutics has announced to publish its research details on discovery of small molecule therapies modulating RNA Epigenetics in Nature – one of the top ranking scientific journals – focusing on the linkage between the RNA-modifying enzyme and acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). Reference Link: http://www.wearewvproud.com/story/36933187/storm-therapeutics-announces-publication-in-nature-on-rna-epigenetics-by-founder-professor-tony-kouzarides
Wiley publishes three new Harold Kerzner Project Management titles, which details about a hundred case studies from some of the high profile companies. It provides a practical guide to all aspects of project management, covering various emerging topics.
Reference Link: http://newsroom.wiley.com/press-release/art-architecture-design/new-editions-three-harold-kerzner-project-management-titles
To make your work stand out and enable it to reach large audience, you must be willing to share your research and your findings. This will help your research receive more attention in the fraternity and prompt new thoughts and advancements in the particular field of research. Read on to discover the best methods for sharing your work at each stage of production.
In the pre-submission stage
The proverb with preprints is “whenever, wherever”! You are allowed to share your preprints on any platform, whenever you want. Once your article is published, you are required to link the preprint to the formal publication by means of the article’s digital object identifier (DOI). Such links will enable your readers to access, cite, and utilize the best variant of your work. However, preprints should not be added to or upgraded in any way to make it a substitute for the previous forms of your articles.
Regarding accepted manuscripts, the golden rule is that you can share your research openly after the journals’ embargo time frame. You can quickly store your acknowledged manuscript copy in your establishment’s storehouse for inward use and then sit tight for the ban time frame to elapse before everybody can access it. In this process of sharing, you need to provide a link to the formal production through the DOI. Furthermore, the paper you share should bear a CC-BY-NC-ND permit.
At last, as with preprints, the paper must not be added to or upgraded in any capacity to make it a substitute for the distributed journal article.
The approaches for sharing published journal articles (PJAs) differ for membership and open access articles, so you must ensure that the method is in keeping with the kind of article you are distributing.
If your article is a membership article, you can share the article or the links to the article through email, social media, own blog/website for non-commercial and internal purposes. The more links there are to your article from significant sources, more readers you’ll draw in and the higher it will show up in internet search results. In case your article is distributed open access, anybody can peruse your article. The reuse permit you select will decide how others can reuse your article and where you can post it.
After the release of the latest list of highly cited researchers, Clarivate analytics has released the list of world’s most impactful scientific researchers. This list includes the name of the researchers whose findings have supported, influenced, inspired or challenged other researchers around the globe.
Reference Link: http://www.stm-publishing.com/clarivate-analytics-names-the-worlds-most-impactful-scientific-researchers-with-the-release-of-the-2017-highly-cited-researchers-list/
Shana J. Sturla, Ph.D., of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETH Zürich) has been designated as the next Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Research in Toxicology, the only chemistry-focused journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of toxic agents by the publications division of the American Chemical Society (ACS). Dr. Sturla will take the charges of distinguished peer-reviewed journal from the starting of 2018.
Reference Link: https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/newsreleases/2017/november/shana-sturla-new-editor-in-chief-of-chemical-research-in-toxicology.html
Applied Sciences journal announced the appointment of new section editor-in-chief for Computer Science and Electrical Engineering section. Professor Andrea Prati was appointed at this post in the beginning of November.
Reference Link: http://www.mdpi.com/about/announcements/1078
Sci-Hub, which is repeatedly referred to as the “Pirate Bay of Science” has been providing unlawful free access to millions of paywalled scientific papers. The American Chemical Society (ACS), a leading source of academic publications in the field of chemistry, has won a lawsuit which it had filed in June against this website with regards to copyright infringement, trademark counterfeiting and trademark infringement. Sci-Hub representatives have failed to attend court and are liable to pay $4.8 million in damages to ACS.
Reference Link: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/11/court-demands-search-engines-and-internet-service-providers-block-sci-hub