Analysis & opinion

Katie Silvester

14 February 2022

What to do if your research paper is too long for an article but not long enough for a monograph? Katie Silvester explains

Scott Edmunds

10 February 2022

Scott Edmunds highlights opportunities to improve the publishing process by improving transparency, accountability and speed

Emma Warren-Jones

09 February 2022

Many readers of scholarly literature today are underserved by traditional publishing formats, writes Emma Warren-Jones

08 February 2022

Sharing platforms offer effective ways of connecting with researchers and create fertile ground for serendipity, writes Claire Webber

Tamir Borensztajn

10 January 2022

Tamir Borensztajn assesses inequity in the research process and ensuring fair access to diverse information

Emily Choynowski

04 January 2022

Emily Choynowski surveys the challenges facing academic publishers in the Middle East

Gaia Donati

17 December 2021

Delving into physics digital archives provides surprising and inspiring food for thought, writes Gaia Donati

David Armstrong

11 November 2021

Options for disseminating research content have proliferated over the past decade, writes David Armstrong

Rachel Burley

01 November 2021

The peer review-based publishing is under more pressure than ever to become faster and more open, writes Rachel Burley

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29 October 2021

Shane Rydquist and Minhaj Rais ask: has investment in new content types led to a new era in discovery?

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21 October 2021

'Elitist world' discriminating against humanities must be avoided at all costs, write Martin Eve and Anthony Cond

Sami Benchekroun

19 October 2021

Sami Benchekroun outlines post-pandemic trends in scholarly communications

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