Prof. Qu Jiuhui elected to The National Academy of Engineering
Congratulations to Professor Qu Jiuhui for being elected to the The National Academy of Engineering (NAE), a recognition of his outstanding contribution to his field.
IWA Publishing partner with Knowledge Unlatched to make 14 book titles Open Access
IWA Publishing is excited to announce that through our recent partnership with Knowledge Unlatched (KU), a library crowd-funding initiative, we will be making fourteen of our books Open Access.
Are fatal and non-fatal drownings associated with poor water, sanitation and hygiene facilities?
What do we know about the relationship between WASH factors and drowning? The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), The Centre for Injury Prevention and Research Bangladesh (CIPRB) and The George Institute for Global Health (TGI) have partnered on a study with 89,700 households in Bangladesh to better understand this relationship.
Celebrating 20 years: meet the IWAP team!
As our 20th birthday year draws to a close, we meet the team and discover why IWA Publishing is a special place to work.
New Aims and Scope for Water Supply journal
As part of the exciting plans for Water Supply in 2019 the journal has just released its newly expanded Aims and Scope.
Free chapter for November only: Microbiological Sensors for the Drinking Water Industry
To celebrate the release of Microbiological Sensors for the Drinking Water Industry, which falls in IWA Publishing's 20th anniversary year, we're sharing an additional chapter for free throughout our birthday month.
Milestones of IWA Publishing: 20 years of sharing quality research
We've been sharing top-quality research on water, wastewater and environment for 20 years, so we're reflecting on some of our company milestones.
It's our birthday! #IWAPturns20
This November marks 20 years of IWA Publishing and we're celebrating with free content, special discounts and other birthday treats!
Open Access Week 2018: Infographics!
The last in our series of posts celebrating Open Access Week 2018, today's blog highlights our Open Access activities in numbers and pictures in a series of infographics.
Open Access Week 2018: That's right, Read AND Publish
As a small, society publisher that has historically relied on susbscriptions to fund not only our publishing operations, but also those of our society, the shift to a predominantly Open Access world can be somewhat duanting. How to remain sustainable though a major shift in business model?