Research Information magazine

Research Information covers every aspect of the digital provision of science, technology and medicine-related information for industrial, commercial, and academic research.

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Publishing platforms are the true drivers of digital content within the scholarly industry. Tim Gillett gets up close


As the scholarly publishing world adopts altmetrics, the ways in which the data is used are developing fast, reports Rebecca Pool


For academic libraries, the future is cloud-based. Here, Scott Livingston, OCLC’s executive director for market strategy, shares his outlook – while we look at a new community project to develop a cloud-based library services platform


After learning to fly a plane, and then teaching German business executives to speak English, London Info International’s Philip Ditchfield also worked in pharma and publishing sales