EDP Sciences and TIB continue their successful cooperation
EDP Sciences and TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology have renewed their longstanding Open Access Agreement for another year, benefitting authors affiliated with academic institutions across Germany. The agreement continues to offer a 20% discount on Article Processing Charges (APCs) in 2023 and covers all EDP Sciences journals that are financed through the APC model.
In the past three years, almost 100 researchers have made use of the deal and published their work in Open Access, with numbers rising steadily. TIB provides the necessary contractual and financial framework for research institutions and their authors in its mission to promote unrestricted access to scientific knowledge and to champion Open Science.
EDP Sciences is also committed to furthering the unrestricted access to research findings. Alongside journals that charge APCs, EDP Sciences also publishes in its portfolio journals under the “Subscribe to Open” (S2O) model, diamond open access journals and journals that permit authors to choose the publishing fee themselves (“Liberty APC”). Information on the participating journals, conditions and the title-specific fees can be found here.
About EDP Sciences
EDP Sciences was established in 1920 by a prestigious academic community of French learned societies seeking to inspire, innovate and inform others by sharing their knowledge. Members of this community included eminent scientists like Marie Curie, Paul Langevin and Louis de Broglie. Today, EDP Sciences champions open access, and specialises in publishing high-quality scientific journals, conferences proceeding, books and magazines in a broad range of scientific, technical and medical disciplines.
About TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and University Library
The TIB provides science, research, industry and business with literature and information – in both printed and electronic form. The library is committed to openness, open access to information, publications and scientific data: it aims to make information and knowledge more easily accessible, more transparent and better reusable. To this aim, the TIB organizes consortia to jointly license important resources and to develop future-oriented licensing models for research in Germany. Go to www.tib.eu for more information.