Editor's Choice Paper #2: Water Science & Technology
IWA Publishing is pleased to announce the second Editor's Choice paper, selected by Dr Leiv Rieger, which is now Open Access.
IWA Publishing Announces ‘Read & Publish’ Deal with the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ)
IWA Publishing and the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) announce today the signing of a new 3 year transformative agreement granting the majority of Austrian researchers full access to the IWA Publishing portfolio and unlimited Open Access publication.
New Author Interview: Performance-Based Contracts (PBC) for Improving Utilities Efficiency
In a new interview with the authors of an important book on Performance-Based Contracts (PBCs), we find out more about improving visibility of innovative financial instruments and supporting growth of sustainable water utilities.
Editor's Choice Paper #1: Water Science & Technology
IWA Publishing is pleased to announce the first Editor Choice paper, selected by Dr Jo Burgess, which is now Open Access.
Flipping books to Open Access: Author Insight
We recently made 14 key books Open Access through Knowledge Unlatched (KU). What did the authors think about their works being selected for Open Access?
H2Open Journal indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
The interdisciplinary water journal H2Open Journal is now indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
Winner of the IWA Publishing Author Survey: Dr. José Virgílio Cruz
Congratulations to Dr. José Virgílio Cruz for winning a voucher for $200 (USD) worth of IWA Publishing books.
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.