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A time to give thanks…

As 2014 draws to a close, I have been reflecting on a productive year for the Society for General Microbiology’s publications. Scientific publishing continues to evolve, and all journals must fight hard to retain current authors and attract new ones. … Continue reading

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2013 impact factors announced for Society journals

After much anticipation, repetitive strain from hitting F5 and keeping our eyes peeled for updates on Twitter, the 2013 impact factors were finally released earlier this week. Overall it’s positive news for the journals at the Society for General Microbiology. There’s … Continue reading

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The Society’s Publishing partners with Open Access Key and Jisc

The Society’s Publishing has partnered with Open Access Key (OAK) for the collection of article processing charges (APCs). From now on, when authors decide to publish their article through the Society’s Gold Open Access route, OAK will contact them via email … Continue reading

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Top 5 take-aways from the ALPSP International conference

A week ago, the Society Publishing staff attended the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) International Conference in Birmingham. The conference brings together members from across the scholarly communications industry to reflect on the present and consider the … Continue reading

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More research, faster publication – Papers in Press and Continuous Publishing

The rapid and wide dissemination of high quality research is the most important goal for authors and publishers alike. While digital publishing and open access has resulted in research reaching far wider audiences than ever before, the volume of work … Continue reading

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