- Posted by Mary Anne on October 11, 2016
London – Oct 11, 2016: Simplifying submission procedures for Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society - The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS), a learned society that encourages and promotes the study of astronomy, solar-system science and closely related branches of science, and a publisher of international research journals, and Overleaf, a collaborative, cloud-based writing and reviewing tool, today announce a new partnership. This partnership will provide an authoring template and simplified submission link for Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS), published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the RAS.
- Posted by Mary Anne on October 6, 2016
London, UK & Rockville, MD: Oct 6, 2016: The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Overleaf announce a new partnership. Authors submitting to ASBMB’s Journal of Biological Chemistry will now have access to a custom JBC authoring template on Overleaf’s collaborative cloud-based writing and reviewing tool and will be allowed to submit their manuscripts to the JBC directly from the Overleaf template.
Overleaf Partners with American Geophysical Union to Simplify Submission Process for Multiple JournalsPosted by Mary Anne on October 5, 2016
London – Oct 5, 2016: New submission process for AGU authors offers an easier and faster way to collaborate and write articles - We’re really happy to let you all know that we have a new partnership with the American Geophysical Union (AGU),a nonprofit, professional organization for Earth and space scientists representing more than 60,000 members, which includes authoring templates and simplified submission links. .
- Posted on August 25, 2016
We're delighted to announce that Overleaf founder John Hammersley has been asked (and has agreed!) to join the PaperHive advisory board. PaperHive is a newly launched coworking hub for researchers, which is aiming to "simplify research communication and transform reading into a process of collaboration".
- Posted by John on August 18, 2016
Overleaf has been selected by the Times Higher Education Magazine as part of their A-Z of Scholarly Social Media feature! Naturally I took the opportunity to head out of the office this morning to pick up a copy:
Fantastic to see @overleaf featured in today's @timeshighered "A-Z of Scholarly Social Media" centrefold! :) pic.twitter.com/nu1YYNz2gS— John Hammersley (@DrHammersley) August 18, 2016
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