Editor's picks

Nobel Laureate Sir Richard Roberts will be a keynote speaker at a new industry event – See the Future

Tim Gillett will host a discussion panel tomorrow as part of International Open Access Week, with a transatlantic line-up of industry experts taking part in the event

Researchers will be able to publish in PLOS journals without incurring article processing charges following a three-year agreement wth Jisc

News

21 October 2020

Nobel Laureate Sir Richard Roberts will be a keynote speaker at a new industry event – See the Future

19 October 2020

Tim Gillett will host a discussion panel tomorrow as part of International Open Access Week, with a transatlantic line-up of industry experts taking part in the event

14 October 2020

Researchers will be able to publish in PLOS journals without incurring article processing charges following a three-year agreement wth Jisc

Analysis & opinion

12 October 2020

Research has long been a vital part of how we advance human knowledge to better understand our world and improve lives, writes Andrew Plume

Alenka Prinčič (left) and Frédérique Belliard

02 October 2020

Alenka Prinčič and Frédérique Belliard describe how they influenced the change from traditional academic publisher to innovative and community-driven university press at TU Delft

Jamie Hutchins

24 September 2020

The events of 2020 have created a turning point for everyone in our industry, writes Jamie Hutchins

Features

Gaëlle Béquet

07 October 2020

Gaëlle Béquet, director of ISSN International Centre, outlines the work of the Keepers Registry – followed by interviews with four of its partner agencies

22 July 2020

From deposits to discovery, Rebecca Pool looks at the long and winding journey of the institutional repository

Interviews

Jignesh Bhate

15 September 2020

Self-confessed workaholic Jignesh Bhate describes the foundation and progress of Molecular Connections over nearly 20 years

Ian Smith

01 July 2020

Our Researcher of the Month for July is Ian Smith, of Cambridge’s Royal Papworth Hospital.

Sami Benchekroun

25 June 2020

Sami Benchekroun explains how a love of entrepreneurship and scholarly communications have shaped his career

Viewpoint

23 September 2020

Author Insights: The Future of Education with Professor Rupert Maclean

25 March 2020

In a webinar with Research Information, given in November 2019, Rhianna Gamble and Carol Hollier of IFIS presented on the topic of literature reviews in food science

Webcasts and white papers

21 September 2020

As the world continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 virus, the scientific and medical research communities continue to search for effective treatments and work on vaccine options

17 September 2020

This paper takes a look at the methods and technologies librarians can adopt to effectively teach research skills in an environment of exponentially rising research output, increased use of mobile devices, and less available time for focused research. 

17 September 2020

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