Elsevier and Hypothesis are coordinating with each other to adjust annotation capacities in Elsevier’s Research Products. This is extremely relevant with the increasing role of customers and administrations in open guidelines and technologies. The management of both Elsevier and Hypothesis expressed their happiness about the collaboration and its importance for learning platforms.
Recently discovered comet Nishimura, a celestial rarity, will be visible to the naked eye this weekend. Named after Japanese astronomer Hideo Nishimura, who spotted it just a month ago, this comet offers a once-in-a-437-year opportunity. Unlike most comets, it quickly approaches its peak visibility, passing closest to the Sun on September 17. Located 33 million […]
A recent analysis by Florida Atlantic University has found that ‘flesh-eating’ Vibrio bacteria are thriving on seaweed blooms and plastic pollution in the open Caribbean Ocean. This discovery raises concerns about the potential risks to human health. These bacteria are known to feed on marine plant and animal tissues and can cause life-threatening illnesses when […]
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) and PubGrade GmbH have collaborated to provide PLOS with PubGrade’s integrated advertising platform: PubGrade for Publishers. PubGrade provides the Public Library of Science with a fully integrated advertising platform that assists them to offer progressive digital advertising campaign targeting, monitoring, reporting, plus workflow and optimization solutions. PubGrade has offered […]