Tag Archives: Karger

Karger introduced discount and waiver policy for APC based on country income

(14 Jan 2020)  Karger Publishers has flipped five journals to Open Access and concluded transformative agreements in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Switzerland. In addition, a waiver policy for publication in Open Access journals was introduced. Karger Publishers continues to work actively toward a transition to Open Access (OA), including plans to “flip”, or convert, […]


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Karger cooperates with Google to enhance access for students

Karger takes part in Google’s Campus Activated Subscriber Access Initiative (CASA) (23 February 2018) Karger Publishers participates in Google’s CASA Initiative, making subscribed Karger content available to university members wherever they are. CASA is activated automatically when users are connected to the university network. To maintain this service, users have to reconnect to the university […]


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The Karger eJournal Archive Collection has been revised and expanded to include improved functionality and quality as well as 12 additional journals

(6 September 2017) The entire Karger eJournal Archive Collection has recently been re-digitized using semantic technology to provide the best possible user experience. The improved quality and functionality allow for efficient searching on both the Karger website and Google Scholar. The Collection now also includes 12 journals that have ceased publication or were merged into […]


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Karger Publishers partners with UNSILO machine learning for content enrichment

(23 March 2017, Aarhus, Denmark) UNSILO and Karger Publishers signed an agreement to create a number of artificial intelligence-based content enrichment solutions for its growing range of digital biomedical content services. The new solutions will be based on UNSILO’s unique concept extraction engine, which uses machine learning to identify core concepts in scientific book chapters […]


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Karger introduces Topic Article Packages and cooperates with Altmetric

(18 October 2016) Karger will introduce its new product Topic Article Packages to customers and partners in the current Frankfurt Book Fair. These packages consist of journal articles and book chapters individually compiled on different topics with the help of a semantic search. The first Topic Article Package to become available will cover diabetes. “In […]


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Karger wins three ‘Highly Commended’ prizes at the 2016 BMA Medical Book Awards

(8 September 2016) Karger Publishers is pleased to announce that three of its titles received a ‘Highly Commended’ award at the 2016 British Medical Association’s Medical Book Awards ceremony recently held in London. The prestigious BMA Medical Book Competition takes place annually to encourage and reward excellence in medical publishing. Prizes are awarded in 21 […]


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Karger announces cooperation with Kudos and Figshare

(11 August 2016, Basel) The international Swiss-based biomedical publisher Karger has partnered with Kudos to support authors in their search to increase reach and impact of the articles they have published in Karger open-access journals. Karger has also enlisted the services of Figshare to assure a consistent, user-friendly visualization, independent of size and format, of […]


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The Karger journal program and price list 2017 are available

(4 August 2016, Basel, Switzerland) Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers announces the 2017 prices for journals, collections and packages. Next year’s journal program comprises 105 biomedical titles, including 20 open-access journals. 2017 will see the launches of four new titles, of which two will be open access and two subscription based. Apart from a few […]


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Chinese national licence for the Karger Journal Archive Collection

(28 April 2015) The China National Science and Technology Library (NSTL) has approved the purchase and hosting of the Karger Journal Archive Collection. It comprises journal issues from 1893 to 1997. The licence covers nationwide access for academic and noncommercial organizations in mainland China. It is the first national agreement in this part of the […]


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