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Mathematicians Hillel Furstenberg and Gregory Margulis have been jointly awarded the 2020 Abel Prize, which is one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of…
2020 Abel Prize jointly awarded to mathematicians who explored probability and dynamics
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A recent study shows that the Publons database hosts over 6000 peer reviews for over 1000 predatory journals. Most of these reviews were listed by early career…
Study reveals predatory journals are reviewed majorly by junior researchers
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University of California (UC) and Public Library of Science (PLOS) sign an open-access (OA) agreement to make it easier for the UC's researchers to publish in PLOS…
University of California and PLOS sign open access deal for early career researchers' benefit
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China’s science and education ministries have released a new document aimed at improving the research landscape of the country.  
Many preprint servers are struggling to survive due to financial constraints, and some might have to close down soon. This is an aftermath of a move by the platform that…
Elsevier has removed one of the world's most highly cited researchers from its editorial board after investigations revealed he was engaging in editorial malpractices
Over 85 publishers, scientific societies, and funders have signed a joint statement committing to make public the latest findings and data on coronavirus immediately…
Cactus Communications, a global scientific communications company, announced that it has acquired UNSILO, a Denmark-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural…
cOAlition S has initiated a pilot project wherein eight publishers have volunteered to share detailed information about their pricing. The main intent of this initiative…
As part of efforts to promote discussions around mental health in academia, Editage Insights will host a free online talk by motivational speaker Prasha Sarwate Dutra.