Editor's picks

Technology consultancy 67 Bricks is the latest signatory to the SDG Publishers Compact, joining an impressive roster of the leading players within the publishing industry.  As a member, 67 Bricks will be committing to supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) both by working with clients to ensure best practices and scrutinis

JAMA Network Open and JAMA Health Forum datasets now available on DLAdata.com

The London Book Fair has announced the return a event to their calendar: the Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum

News

07 February 2023

Technology consultancy 67 Bricks is the latest signatory to the SDG Publishers Compact, joining an impressive roster of the leading players within the publishing industry.  As a member, 67 Bricks will be committing to supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) both by working with clients to ensure best practices and scrutinising their own processes. 

06 February 2023

On 9 January, Dr Anke Beck, head of European public affairs and advocacy at Frontiers, helped chair a symposium for early career researchers at the Association of Publishing in Europe annual conference

02 February 2023

Scottish Universities Press exits startup phase and moves toward full operational mode with the launch of the open call for content

Analysis & opinion

07 February 2023

Elliott Lumb discusses how journal-independent peer review can improve the publishing process and how this new approach is gaining traction

Analysis & opinion

13 December 2022

Ioana Liuta tells us how community engagement and advancing the library’s EDI-related work led her to win the Cynthia Graham Hurd Scholarship Award

31 October 2022

Professor Martin Paul Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London, shares why open access is personal

26 October 2022

Research Information's round-up of noteworthy topics that will be discussed at the Charleston Conference

Features

11 January 2023

Interviews for this article have been adapted from recent PhaidraCon roundtable events and from upcoming 2023 editions of EpistemiCast

Features

11 January 2023

Patrick Hargitt explains why 2022 became the year that accessibility got serious

11 January 2023

Joseph Koivisto and Jordan Sly from the University of Maryland discuss the implications of the publications-as-data model

11 January 2023

Despite the collective and decisive step changes in enabling the transition to open access this year, we should not be complacent, writes Susie Winter

Interviews

Vikram Savkar tells us what open science really means today and how accessibility in research has shaped it

Steven Inchcoombe, Chief Publishing Officer at Springer Nature, recently spoke to us about open access, open science and Springer Nature's latest initiatives

Rhodri Jackson, Publishing Director at Oxford University Press, shares how open access can help rectify the issues of today and tomorrow

Viewpoint

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

A new suite of solutions to support organisations in reaching their strategic goals

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How institutions can help researchers navigate the publication process

Resources

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

A new suite of solutions to support organisations in reaching their strategic goals

Join us for the final webinar in the Research Information Live series that focuses on the REF. 

Press releases

17 November 2022

The programme for the 2023 hybrid Researcher to Reader Conference has now been announced, and is given in full on the conference 

08 November 2022

The digitisation of scientific content is a revolution that has yet to reach its full potential. In this opening keynote Rob Terry – TDR - World Health Organization will make the case for

01 November 2022

Lauren Kane, CEO, BioOne talks “Mission Accomplished ……Now what?”