Member institutions of the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme have the opportunity to publish open access in Cambridge University Press Journals. This new Read & Publish agreement means that researchers are now able to publish their works with no barriers or additional costs in Cambridge journals.
New Open Access agreements
Researchers at five Hungarian institutions can now publish their research open access in 57 IOP Publishing (IOPP) journals, thanks to a new publish and read agreement with the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National (EISZ) Consortium.
The American Chemical Society (ACS), Publications Division, and the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme (EISZ) today announced a transformative open access pilot agreement that enables corresponding authors affiliated at the seven consortium member institutions to publish journal articles under an open access license in any of ACS’ more than 60 premier journals. Member institutions will also continue to benefit from full-text access to ACS’ highly respected journal portfolio and Chemical & Engineering News.
Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme (EISZ) and Elsevier, a global information analytics business specializing in science and health, today agreed a new pilot license for research access and Open Access publishing in Hungary.
The Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme (EISZ) has signed an innovative Read & Publish licensing agreement with the Royal Society of Chemistry. That means corresponding authors affiliated at consortium member institutions are now able to publish Open Access in hybrid Royal Society of Chemistry journals, as well as having access to read the full range of scientific content from these titles.
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