Why Subscribe to Open? New Editorial from Editors-in-Chief
Editors-in-Chief of IWA Publishing journals have collaborated on an Editorial to celebrate the move to a new Open Access model: Subscribe to Open (S2O).
IWA Publishing transforms all journals to Open Access
IWA Publishing has successfully transformed its journal portfolio of 10 subscription titles to Open Access (OA) from 2021 onwards via a pioneering Subscribe-to-Open model.
Special Issue of Water & Health: Author Blog Post
https://www.iwapublishing.com/about/sign-our-mailing-listDiscover the significance of antimicrobial resistance in aquatic environments from the editors of Journal of Water & Health.
IWA Publishing Open Access Townhall
Join us as we discuss how and why IWA Publishing plans to become completely Open Access through a ‘Subscribe to Open’ (S2O) model from 1 January 2021. We welcome any and all participants eager to learn more about Open Access – ask anything of our panellists representing various perspectives from the membership to publisher, researcher to journal editor.
COVID-19: urgent actions, critical reflections and future relevance of ‘WaSH’: lessons for the current and future pandemics
New Open Access paper published in both Journal of Water & Health and Journal of Water, Sanitation & Hygiene for Development: COVID-19: urgent actions...
Water Quality Research Journal: Open Access Papers!
A selection of papers made Open Access with the kind support of CAWQ.
IWA Publishing Signs 'Read & Publish' Deal with JISC- UK Consortium
IWA Publishing is delighted to announce the signing of a 2 year pilot 'Read & Publish' deal with Jisc, a UK Consortium.
IWA Publishing Signs 'Read & Publish' Deal with 6 Swedish Institutions
IWA Publishing is delighted to announce today the signing of our latest three year transformative agreement with six Swedish institutions,
World Toilet Day 2019
Take our quiz to test your toilet related knowledge and browse our free content for #WorldToiletDay
WST Editor's Choice Paper #10: Water Science & Technology
The 10th Editor's choice paper is based on a case study from Oslo, focusing on citizen science to enhance the evaluation of local wasterwater treatment.