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Karger Publishers and ChronosHub Launch Partnership to Further Support the Open Science Movement

The partnership will play a central role in supporting the transition to Open Science for Karger authors and institutional customers through a simplified user experience. It will ensure that unnecessary barriers to Open Access (OA) publishing are removed and that OA agreements can be managed effectively.

Event duration October 03, 2021
Event location Copenhagen

As part of their Open Science programs, funders and research institutions encourage researchers to publish their findings OA. By establishing this partnership, Karger Publishers is providing further support to help these organizations achieve their Open Science goals.

Andre Janssen, COO at Karger Publishers comments: “We are regularly evaluating ways to ease the path to publication for our authors and improve their experience with Open Access. With ChronosHub, we can support the different Open Access business models in a flexible way and ensure access to all the data and analyses that authors and their institutions need. It also allows us to successfully continue to strive for our “Open for Open” principle.”

About ChronosHub

Headquartered in Copenhagen, ChronosHub is the leading platform for streamlining the publishing workflow, focusing on unburdening the researchers. Through a collaborative approach, ChronosHub ensures a complete service for all aspects of Open Access, including effective management of publication fees, all types of OA agreements, funder policy compliance, data integrations, and reporting for publishers, funders, and institutions. ChronosHub also supports authors in selecting suitable journals for their manuscript submissions by making funding policies and institutional agreements transparent.

About Karger Publishers

Karger Publishers is a worldwide publisher of scientific and medical content based in Basel, Switzerland. It is independent and family-led in the fourth generation by Chairwoman and Publisher Gabriella Karger. Connecting and advancing health sciences since 1890, Karger has been continuously evolving, keeping pace with the current developments and shifts in research and publishing. The publishing house is dedicated to serving the information needs of the scientific community, clinicians, and patients with publications of high-quality content and services in health sciences. Karger Publishers has 240 employees and is present in 15 countries around the globe.


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