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Effective January 1st, 2017, Thieme will acquire Stuttgart-based publishing house Schattauer Verlag. Schattauer’s owner and CEO Dieter Bergemann as he will retire from the business at age 79. Established in 1949 by Friedrich Karl Schattauer as an academic publisher for medicine and science, Schattauer’s nationally and internationally well-established portfolio today includes 21 journals and 1,200 books, both as print and digital titles.  Georg Thieme Verlag, established 1886 in Leipzig, and Schattauer have much in common. Both focus on medical publishing, both have always been owner-managed, and both have been operating from Stuttgart for decades. When Elfriede Schattau ... read more

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Brill and the owners have come to an agreement about the acquisition of Ferdinand Schöningh GmbH & Co. KG and Wilhelm Fink GmbH& Co. Verlags-KG, Paderborn, including the imprint Konstanz University Press. The transaction includes highly esteemed journals and book series in History, Theology, Literature and Cultural Studies, Media Studies and Philosophy. In total, the publishing list comprises of 5,500 book titles and 7 journals, growing by 330 new titles each year. The annual turnover is more than € 3 million, and the deal is expected to have a positive effect on Brill’s earnings per share in 2017. Brill’s CEO Herman Pabbruwe says: “Ferdinand Schön ... read more

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Chemistry 2016 It's almost the end of the year, so it's a good time to summarize all good Chemistry titles which appeared in 2016. I have just prepared complete list  and short presentation of core titles. Just click and download. Complete Chemistry 2016 List Core Titles presentation Leading Books on 2016 Nobel Prize Winning Topic The Nature of the Mechanical Bond: From Molecules to Machines Carson J. Bruns, J. Fraser Stoddart John Wiley and Sons (JL) ISBN: 9781119044000 786 ... read more
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