Editor's picks

Verena Weigert

Verena Weigert reports from Jisc’s Research and Innovation Sector Strategy Forum Workshop on AI and Research

Darrell Gunter takes a critical look at racial bias and ethics in artificial intelligence

Richard Hollingsworth and Emma Vodden

Richard Hollingsworth and Emma Vodden explain how technology should be treated as a strategic asset in the world of academic publishing

News

14 February 2024

Silverchair and Oxford University Press launch Sensus Impact in collaboration with more than 30 industry organisations

12 February 2024

Report recommends that organisation leads on development of digital research information ecosystem

Martin Eve

06 February 2024

Recent analysis suggests around a quarter of academic publications are not being preserved for the future

Analysis & opinion

Verena Weigert

20 February 2024

Verena Weigert reports from Jisc’s Research and Innovation Sector Strategy Forum Workshop on AI and Research

Analysis & opinion

12 February 2024

Darrell Gunter takes a critical look at racial bias and ethics in artificial intelligence

Richard Hollingsworth and Emma Vodden

22 January 2024

Richard Hollingsworth and Emma Vodden explain how technology should be treated as a strategic asset in the world of academic publishing

Jessica Jones

15 January 2024

A year after the launch of the Cambridge Prisms series, Jessica Jones reflects on the journals’ shared values of community, collaboration and equity

Features

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24 April 2023

The rapid adoption of ebooks in recent years has led to greater scrutiny of pricing models, writes David Stuart

Features

11 April 2023

Twenty years after its launch, the latest update to the COUNTER Code of Practice is about to go live

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09 March 2023

Four industry figures tell Annabel Ola what needs to change to make research accessible to all

02 March 2023

Toby Green examines the growing problem of grey literature research, which is not being published

Interviews

Mateja Jamnik

Mateja Jamnik, Professor of Artificial Intelligence in the Department of Computer Science and Technology at the University of Cambridge

Frederick Fenter. Image: Frontiers

Frederick Fenter, Chief Executive Editor of Frontiers, explains the recent formation of the Open Science Charter and its call for unrestricted access to scientific knowledge by 2030

Sophie Goldsworthy met Tim Gillett to discuss all things scholarly, the forthcoming Oxford Intersections series, and her love of landscape photography

Viewpoint

Working to engineer a better world? Watch the IET video here: Intelligence & Research - The IET

IET's Research Solutions are helping to transform research for an Open Science world

Your employees and copyright awareness: sharing your policy may not be enough

BMJ and Overton launch first research impact tool focused on health and social care

Resources

Working to engineer a better world? Watch the IET video here: Intelligence & Research - The IET

IET's Research Solutions are helping to transform research for an Open Science world

In the US, the pace of transition to OA is accelerating. An increasing number of libraries are signing transformative agreements (TAs) that support authors to publish OA, while maintaining access to subscription content.

This white paper brings together insights from eight Research Management and Administration (RMA) experts around the globe, on the growing role of research managers.

Press releases

13 September 2023

From January 2024 all articles published in APEX will be immediately and openly accessible

13 September 2023

Journal features research and reviews reporting on translational and clinical studies encompassing all fields of immunology

05 September 2023

Partnership brings SPIE’s 55,000+ video assets to Cadmore’s streaming platform

The Research Information Yearbook 2023-24 is out now!

We are delighted to tell you that the Research Information Yearbook for 2023-24 is now published!

 

As ever, the last 12 months has been a time of change in scholarly communications, and this yearbook covers many of the subject areas that have seen crucial developments: artificial intelligence; open science and research; ebook pricing; preprints; user experience; developments in the Global South, India and the Middle East; metrics and citation; and industry standards.