STM Mentoring Scheme 2018 - Applications now open STM's mentoring programme provides a unique development opportunity for individuals working in STM member organisations.
To learn more about the scheme and to apply as either a mentee or a mentor, please visit our mentoring page.
Read more about the meeting here ORCID are conducting a survey on the current and potential future use of ORCID i Ds in book publishing workflows.
The survey is 10 questions long, and should only take 5 minutes to complete: https:// STM Week Presentations now available Presentations from our Digital Publishing, Innovations and Publishing in a Larger World?
A Shared Journey As part of STM's How Can I Share It?
initiative, an infographic on the publication process and article sharing has been developed.
The infographic shows how the production of a paper is a journey that involves a variety of individuals and organisations, from researchers and reviewers to editors and publishers.
It also highlights the sharing options which are available to researchers at various stages of the process:
The term "dating sim" is also often used incorrectly in English as a generic term for romance-driven games (ren'ai games), a subject matter which is stereotypically associated with the visual novel genre.
STM position paper on Text and Data Mining STM published a position paper on Text and Data Mining: Building a healthy and sustainable knowledge ecosystem for Europe. Ralph Youngen of ACS appointed as third Co-chair of RA21 Ralph Youngen of ACS has accepted an invitation to become the third co-chair of RA21, joining Chris Shillum of Elsevier and Meltem Dincer of Wiley.
Ralph has been a strong advocate for RA21 throughout the project, engaging external communities through numerous presentations as well as supporting collaborative efforts within the project itself.
STM Recommendations on the next EU Framework programme STM prepared its recommendations relating to Open Access/Open Science to the next European Framework Programme FP9. Special grant for Blockchain in Research and Scholarly Publishing Digital Science has released a landmark report titled: Blockchain for Research - Perspectives on a New Paradigm for Scholarly Communication.
The report offers a perspective on blockchain technology and how it could impact scholarly communication and research.