Analysis & opinion

Oluchi Ojinamma Okere

20 June 2022

Oluchi Ojinamma Okere outlines how researchers in sub-Saharan countries are being hamstrung by economics

Miriam Maus

06 June 2022

If scientists are successful, we are successful, writes Miriam Maus, publishing director at IOP Publishing

James Gray

23 May 2022

James Gray assesses the situation and how it can be addressed


23 May 2022

Matt Balara explains how an established publisher, De Gruyter, completed an extraordinary transformation

Céline Richard

21 April 2022

Céline Richard explains what the Large Hadron Collider has taught us about the importance of open access research

Tasha Mellins-Cohen

19 April 2022

COUNTER reports have an integral role to play in our wider scholarly communication system, writes Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Heather Staines

25 March 2022

Heather Staines sums up proceedings at this year's Researcher to Reader conference

08 March 2022

A talent pipeline needs to be developed and maintained to provide a diverse and inclusive workforce, writes Anca Ciobanu

Esther Harris

17 February 2022

Esther Harris explains why publishers need to rethink user experience and experiment relentlessly

Jake Smallridge

15 February 2022

More focus needs to be placed on user experience in the field of research, writes Jake Smallridge

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