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As part of EDP Sciences' ongoing commitment to furthering open science, this news update is the third in our "Road to Open" series, highlighting the sponsor-funded “Diamond” open access model. The series offers a monthly showcase of advancements at both the journal and publisher level, focusing on successful implementations of open publishing models and the journals that are demonstrating their sustainability. Join the conversation on social media with #RoadToOpen.

EDP Sciences was delighted to welcome early career researchers to a two part Masterclass on scientific writing taking place during the EPS Forum in Berlin from 25 to 27 March.

As part of EDP Sciences' ongoing commitment to furthering open science, this news update is the third in our "Road to Open" series, highlighting the sponsor-funded “Diamond” open access model. The series offers a monthly showcase of advancements at both the journal and publisher level, focusing on successful implementations of open publishing models and the journals that are demonstrating their sustainability. Join the conversation on social media with #RoadToOpen.

EDP Sciences is delighted to be welcoming early career researchers to a two part Masterclass on scientific writing taking place during the EPS Forum in Berlin today.

The topic of sustainable development is one of the most pressing of modern times. It is imperative that research is shared and best practices discussed so that we may build a future that conserves natural resources while still meeting the needs of society.

On February 23rd, 2024, the A&A Board finalised their selection for this year's A&A Awards, recognising exceptional work of early-career researchers in the field.

As part of EDP Sciences' ongoing commitment to furthering open science, this news update is the second in our "Road to Open" series, highlighting the sustained support for open access in mathematics journals through Subscribe to Open (S2O). The series offers a monthly showcase of advancements at both the journal and publisher level, focusing on successful implementations of open publishing models like S2O. This news piece celebrates the collaborative efforts of the library community, publishers, and funding bodies in ensuring the continued dissemination of high-quality mathematics research without the imposition of article processing charges. Join the conversation on social media with #RoadToOpen.

The Journal of ExtraCorporeal Technology (JECT) is pleased to announce that it has been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The journal joins over 20 000 other high-quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals that meet DOAJ's strict criteria and are dedicated to promoting open access to scholarly and scientific content.

As part of EDP Sciences’ ongoing commitment to furthering open science, this post forms the first in a series of monthly updates highlighting advancements at both the journal and publisher level. The series will share case studies on different open publishing models and the journals that are proving them to be viable alternatives to the traditional subscription model. It will also offer commentary on both the process and impact of transitioning towards becoming a fully open publisher. Join the conversation on social media with #RoadToOpen

In commemoration of the Société Française de Physique's (SFP) 150th anniversary, EDP Sciences has successfully contributed to a series of five Masterclasses titled "Master classes itinérantes". These events, primarily targeting PhD students in physics and related fields, were organized across France. The Masterclasses aimed to enhance participants' skills in scientific writing, while providing insights into scientific publishing and the evolving landscape of Open Science.