Canadian Science Publishing becomes a publisher partner of ARDI
December 18, 2012
Canadian Science Publishing (publisher of the NRC Research Press journals) has joined the Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI) program as a publisher partner. ARDI allows intellectual property offices and academic and research institutions in developing countries to access a growing library of scientific and technical publications for free or at very low cost. Access to over 10,000 key journals in various fields of research is now provided by 16 publisher partners through the ARDI program.
Since 1929, the NRC Research Press journals have been publishing peer-reviewed, international science on a not-for-profit basis with support from members of the Canadian scientific community. The journals cover a broad range of scientific disciplines and feature high-quality, high-impact science published for a global audience.
"The NRC Research Press journals are our flagship suite of award-winning, peer-reviewed, international publications and we aim to share them with the world," says Cameron Macdonald, Executive Director, Canadian Science Publishing. "We’re pleased to partner with ARDI and provide increasing opportunities for researchers in developing countries to gain access to essential science."