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Check out the stories below to find out about the latest developments across the Digital Science portfolio.

Scopus citation counts available in Altmetric Explorer


Explorer users can now view Scopus citation counts for each item Altmetric has tracked, alongside mentions from policy documents, social networks, Wikipedia and other online media outlets and forums. Read more >

#STMchallenges blog posts: How women need to own revenue, plus research evaluation's gender problem


Tracey Armstrong, President & CEO at Copyright Clearance Center, discusses how "financial performance improves and innovation increases when women play a major role in decision making." Read Tracey's post > Plus, Stacy Konkiel from Altmetric argues that the most widely used productivity indicator penalizes women researchers. Read Stacy's post >

American Chemical Society integrates Figshare


ACS is creating new avenues for engagement and sharing by integrating Figshare into its journal platform. It now has an orderly scalable process for managing, visualizing and sharing supplementary data. Read more >

ReadCube enhances ASHA publications

ReadCube and Silverchair have partnered to enhance the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association publications. Over 18,000 articles will now be available in enhanced PDF format. Read more >

Phill Jones receives SSP emerging leader award!

Phill Jones, our Head of Publisher Outreach, won SSP's Emerging Leader Award, which acknowledges the achievements of up-and-coming leaders in scholarly publishing who have demonstrated outstanding service and contribution. Read more >

Overleaf partner with The Royal Society 

Authors submitting to Proceedings of the Royal Society A will have access to the award-winning Overleaf collaborative cloud-based writing and reviewing tool with 1-click submission into the Proceedings A ScholarOne submission system. Read more >

Smarter Open Access Workflows: key points from our webinar

The benefits of an Open Access infrastructure, different types of policies around Open Access, and the challenges universities face when implementing workflows and reporting to funders were all explored during our webinar. Read more and view the recording >

Read our report on the implications of Brexit

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