Analysis & opinion

10 August 2023

Andrew Barker and Elaine Sykes reflect on Lancaster University's shift to an open research culture

Dan Mayers

08 August 2023

Dan Mayers, head of product development at OpenAthens, unveils the secrets to a first-class user experience

Resham Kotecha is Head of Policy at the Open Data Institute

04 July 2023

Resham Kotecha explains how the Open Data Institute responds to global challenges surrounding critical data infrastructures

28 June 2023

Nandita Quaderi explains the important changes to the 2023 Journal Citation Reports release

27 June 2023

Reporting from the PubCon event, Cait Cullen asks: is artificial intelligence a threat to integrity or the herald of new opportunities?

26 June 2023

Lack of local investment limits the scope of research to whatever international actors decide, disenfranchising Africans, writes Ed Gerstner

24 May 2023

"Optimising the UK’s university research infrastructure assets" brings together a range of perspectives, says Victoria Moody

Simon Epstein and Emma Watkins

18 May 2023

Simon Epstein and Emma Watkins describe how a society publisher unlocked author insights and improved workflows

Sabine Louet believes bite-size research can now be accessible anywhere

10 May 2023

As the fuss over GPT-style technology continues, scientists are now fully aware that the future of research productivity will depend on Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, a different kind of AI, called extractive summarisation and based on natural language processing, will bring a much-needed time-saving tool to authors. Such a tool preserves the integrity of the evidence without ‘hallucinations’. 

03 May 2023

Tricia Miller and Andrea Lopez explain how the model benefits everyone in the scholarly community

03 May 2023

Victoria Suslak explores the various choices that libraries have when acquiring content

02 May 2023

Caren Milloy outlines the policy’s impact and the work that made it happen