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Open Editor Positions

At Sage Publishing, we are committed to being an inclusive organization where all individuals are treated with fairness and respect. We believe that diversity is one of the cornerstones of a vibrant culture and we seek to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our activities. We welcome applications for our open editor positions from people of all backgrounds, irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief. 





Award-winning resources for Canadian post-secondary education

Access the award-winning SAGE Video and SAGE Research Methods collections in health and social wellness curated to meet the diverse needs of Canadian faculty and students. Providing a well-rounded academic experience that informs social welfare, policy, and healthcare, SAGE digital library products support a comprehensive learning experience through varied and interdisciplinary content for enhancing any course modality, as well as research projects. 


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.



Is “ovarian tissue freezing” superior to egg freezing?

Many women are turning to egg freezing to promote fertility, but what happens when it isn’t an option because of special medical or other conditions? And, what option is there for women who want to preserve hormonal function, not just fertility? Ovarian tissue freezing, an outpatient procedure which removes and freezes ovarian tissue for later use, can deliver these outcomes but has been considered experimental until now. According to a new study, nearly four out of 10 (37.7%) women who undergo the procedure are able to have children later in life as a result.



Consortia Subscriptions

Offerings from Sage for Library Consortia

In response to research and feedback from our market, including discussions with the library community, Sage has expanded its offerings to consortia customers. We now provide all of the following purchase options to library consortia. 


SAGE transitions Trends in Amplification to the open access Trends in Hearing

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE today announces that Trends in Amplification has transitioned from a subscription-based journal to a fully open access journal with the new name Trends in Hearing (Trends).

As Trends in Hearing, the open access journal will also widen the scope of its content to publish research and clinical reports from speech pathologists, audiologists, and the broader medical community. Articles will cover a range of topics impacting the ear, brain, and act of hearing.


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