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SAGE launches open access journal, Educational Neuroscience

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE today announces the launch of Educational Neuroscience (EdN), an open access journal that explores developing brain-behavior relationships and their implications for the science of learning, academic skill acquisition, and education practice at multiple levels of the educational systems from early childhood to higher education.


SAGE to begin publishing Dose-Response

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE today announces that it has begun publishing Dose-Response, the official journal of the International Dose-Response Society (ID-RS). The quarterly journal publishes research that measures the ecological, psychological and biological responses to substances in various quantities.


SAGE to begin publishing Journal of Reproductive Biotechnology and Fertility

London, UK- Leading academic publisher SAGE today announces that it is to begin publishing Journal of Reproductive Biotechnology and Fertility as of October 2015. An open access (OA), peer-reviewed, online only publication, the journal is to publish articles on in vitro fertilization (IVF), assisted reproductive technology, reproductive biology, gamete biology, stem cell technology, and areas of reproductive medicine relevant to IVF.



SAGE launches Business Researcher as the first in a series of library business resources

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE is pleased to announce the launch of SAGE Business Researcher which comprises biweekly in-depth reports, data, short articles, expert views, and resources for deeper investigation on the most pressing topics in business and management. SAGE Business Researcher is the first in a suite of resources that draws upon a thorough understanding of business curricula and research to support teaching and to guide students through all stages of undergraduate and graduate careers.


Essraa Nawar wins United for Libraries/SAGE Academic Friend Conference Grant

Los Angeles, CA - United for Libraries has awarded the 2014 United for Libraries/SAGE Academic Friend Conference Grant to Essraa Nawar of Leatherby Libraries, Chapman University, Orange, Calif.

Nawar will receive $850 plus full conference registration to attend the 2014 ALA Annual Conference June 26-July 1 in Las Vegas. A formal presentation to Nawar will be made at the conference.


Can stem cell biology truly change our lives? The SAGE Encyclopedia of Stem Cell Research, Second Edition Available in Print and Online

Los Angeles, CA. The promising field of stem cell research is full of new procedures and exciting medical breakthroughs even with all its political and religious obstacles. In the seven years since the first edition of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Stem Cell Research was published, executive orders from the Obama administration reversed previous barriers to research, and, as a result, stem cell biology has experienced wide-ranging progress.


Winner of the BERA SAGE Public Impact Awards announced

London, UK. Today SAGE and BERA are delighted to announce that Professor Robin Alexander, Chair of the Cambridge Primary Review Trust, is this year’s winner of the newly launched BERA SAGE Public Impact Awards. Celebrating a researcher or a policy maker who has shown demonstrable impact with their work, the award recognises the important impact of research and practice in the education community.


SAGE’s Ziyad Marar joins the board of leading UK academic news site, The Conversation

London, UK – SAGE, a leading independent and academic publisher, and The Conversation, a major online news website supporting access to high quality academic research, are today delighted to announce that Ziyad Marar, SAGE’s Global Publishing director, will be joining The Conversation’s board.

Welcoming Ziyad Marar to the board, Chair Paul Curran remarked:




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