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We are thrilled to announce that BIO Web of Conferences has been accepted for indexation in Scopus. BIO Web of Conferences is an open access publication series of conference proceedings dealing with all fundamental and applied research in the fields of Biology, Life Sciences and Health.

We are pleased to announce that Aquatic Living Resources has just been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) where it joins nearly 19 000 other high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. The aim of the DOAJ is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals, thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. Indexation in the DOAJ means Aquatic Living Resources is in compliance with the open access policy of the DOAJ and meets all the strict criteria required for inclusion.

OCL - Oilseeds and fats, Crops and Lipids, a research journal published by EDP Sciences, has embraced transparent peer review and preprints by becoming a “PCI-friendly” journal, in partnership with Peer Community In (PCI). PCI is a non-profit, non-commercial platform that publishes recommendations of preprints after peer-review through specific communities of researchers. Nearly 100 journals are already on Peer Community In, including two EDP Sciences journals: Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena (the first PCI-friendly maths journal) and International Journal of Limnology.

We are delighted to announce that EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies has been accepted for indexation in Scopus. EPJ N is included in the category “Energy” and the process of listing articles is underway. Scopus is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading science databases.

The International Journal of Limnology (IJL) has become a PCI-friendly journal and joins nearly 100 other such journals on Peer Community In (PCI). PCI is a non-profit, non-commercial platform that publishes recommendations of preprints after open peer-review through specific communities of researchers.

De nos jours, les nouvelles technologies permettent de générer des données et de les stocker dans des supercalculateurs. À l’aide d’algorithmes, on peut les trier et les interpréter plus vite qu’il n’est humainement possible pour prendre des décisions complexes. Le but de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) est de permettre à des ordinateurs de penser et d’agir comme le feraient des humains. De nouvelles puissances et infra structure de calcul permettent de disposer des masses de données sans précédent, le « Machine Learning » et le « Deep Learning » les interprètent pour des tâches aussi complexes qu’innovantes.

We are proud to report that EDP Sciences has joined the SDG Publishers Compact. Since it was launched in 2020 in collaboration with the International Publishers Association, the SDG Publishers Compact has helped to focus the minds and work of publishers on the seventeen UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In September, we were pleased to announce a new, online series of Science Publishing and Scientific Writing Masterclasses for researchers and students in China. The series was coordinated by the Beijing office of EDP Sciences and designed to support anyone wishing to write and/or publish internationally. Researchers from institutions throughout China were invited to attend the Masterclasses which were broadcast via the SciChina video channel, the KouXiang Academic platform and the Scientific Cloud platform. The last of the four sessions took place on 13 December and we are delighted to report the series has been a resounding success.

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.

We are pleased to inform you that Security and Safety is accepting submissions for its Special Issue on “Security and Safety in Unmanned Systems”. Unmanned systems are machines or devices that are equipped with necessary data processing units, sensors, control, communication and computation systems, including unmanned aircraft, ground mobile robots/vehicles, surface/underwater vehicles, satellites, and other unconventional structures.