Cambridge University Press has reached a major Open Access contract with higher education and research institutions in Sweden. The three-year ‘read and publish’ deal has agreed with Bibsam – an association of 85 higher education and research institutions, led by the National Library of Sweden. It indicates that the authors from institutions affiliated to Bibsam can publish their publicly-financed research articles in the Press’s hybrid and fully Open Access journals. It also gives Bibsam members full access to the Press’ full collection of nearly 400 journals from 1 January 2019.
A recent study has discovered that sugar cravings increases by lack of sleep and following and maintaining a good diet to maintain healthy weight would necessitate a good night’s rest. The researchers of King’s College, London, conducted a study on 42 healthy adults. They were divided into two groups and one of the groups was […]
A new study published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology suggests that 1% of simulated releases of just one dormant pathogen could cause major environmental damage and the widespread loss of host organisms around the world. The study used a software called Avida to run experiments that simulated the release of one type of ancient […]
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved GlaxoSmithKline’s Arexvy vaccine, making it the first approved vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the world. RSV causes mild symptoms similar to a cold but can be deadly to older adults and infants. The vaccine is approved for use in adults aged 60 years and […]