Earlier this morning we turned off the web servers and began the process of releasing the latest version of Open Repository to our production and pilot sites. The initial version number of this release was 1.4.1 since it was originally based upon DSpace 1.4.1. However, we have also installed all the key components of DSpace… Read more »
Monthly Archives: November 2007
Tuesday 27th November. Tomorrow. Open Repository 1.4.1.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new BioMed Central YouTube channel, which brings together videos of our authors and editors talking about their work, BioMed Central’s journals, and the benefits of open access publishing. Video is an increasingly important way for researchers to communicate their results, and BioMed Central is at the… Read more »1
As has been blogged elsewhere, the student-organized event Publishing in the New Millennium: A Forum on Publishing in the Biosciences, which took place at Harvard University on November 9th, brought together a diverse panel of speakers to discuss the changing world of biomedical research publishing. Thanks to a fortunate coincidence of scheduling, I was in… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that the following six BioMed Central titles have recently been accepted for inclusion in MEDLINE: Head and Face Medicine Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation Journal of Translational Medicine Radiation Oncology Substance Abuse, Treatment, Prevention and Policy World Journal of Surgical Oncology The journals were accepted for inclusion following review by… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Proteome Science has been accepted for tracking by Thomson Scientific and is now on course to receive its first impact factor in 2009. The journal is one of 57 BioMed Central journals that are already tracked by Thomson Scientific and either have, or are on course to receive an… Read more »
We’re pushing the Open Repository 1.4.1 release date back a couple of weeks. There, said it, the words no project manager likes to utter to their customers when they’re right down to the wire. So after much detailed discussion and careful consideration with our technical architect we’re going to postpone the release of Open Repository… Read more »