Analysis & opinion

Faye Holst

01 February 2021

Two librarians from the National Library of Scotland share their experiences with Faye Holst

01 February 2021

A crisis requires rapid decision-making, and keeping record of these decisions becomes more important, says William Kilbride

Paul Stokes

29 January 2021

Deciding to do nothing about preservation could be a disaster, says Paul Stokes

Julia Peregudova

28 January 2021

The Russian Federation has declared 2021 as a year of Science and Technology – which predicts an increase in the sphere of scientific publications, writes Julia Peregudova

05 January 2021

There is no easy answer, but some routes through the maze are becoming visible, writes Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Lou Peck and Phil Hurst

24 November 2020

Lou Peck and Phil Hurst cast an eye over proceedings during Peer Review Week

12 November 2020

Academic publishers are railing against inaccurate stories and asking the scientific community to do more, writes Matt McKay

30 October 2020

We've recently seen some positive and impactful changes to the way in which the OA landscape can work, writes Steven Inchcoombe

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

23 September 2020

As OpenAthens celebrates its 25th anniversary, Jon Bentley discusses the organisation’s growth, industry changes and what to expect in the future