Analysis & opinion

Lisa Hinchliffe

24 February 2020

The open research agenda – for publications, data, and code – is driving companies to explore new business models, writes Lisa Hinchliffe

14 February 2020

There has been a mixed, but largely positive, reaction to the UKRI's consultation on open access policy

14 February 2020

The rise of preprints and the move towards universal open access are potential threats to traditional business models in scholarly publishing, writes Phil Gooch

05 February 2020

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe discusses the finer points of putting policy into practice

05 February 2020

David Nicholas discusses open science and the new wave of researchers

05 February 2020

Mandy Hill explains how Cambridge University Press has been embracing open research

Anna Seiffert

08 January 2020

Anna Seiffert reflects on the need to communicate the collection’s budget to admin and faculty

03 January 2020

Haseeb Md. Irfanullah looks at the role for Bangladesh libraries in driving the country's evolution

12 December 2019

Librarians, researchers, funders, publishers and other vendors came together in a spirit of cooperation for the third CISPC meeting in November

06 December 2019

Below are the available slide decks from CISPC 2019, held at London Art House in November 2019

26 November 2019

We asked delegates at CISPC2019: what does open research mean to you and your organisation?

Tasha Mellins-Cohen, director of publishing, Microbiology Society: 'Open research covers a much wider breadth of the research lifecycle than just open access, though obviously open access was our starting point.

26 November 2019

Tim Lloyd discusses the key to patron privacy in an era of single sign-on