29 March 2017

It’s crucial that developing-country researchers are not forgotten, writes Andy Nobes

28 March 2017

From pilots to practice, more and more publishers are warming to open peer review, reports Rebecca Pool

24 March 2017

Cartoon abstracts are a very effective way to bring research to life, writes Daniel Pullin

06 March 2017

Subscription agents: Rebecca Pool asks who will survive the seismic shifts in scholarly publishing circles

03 March 2017

Sara Uhac reveals the motivations 
and challenges involved with being an open-access book publisher

01 December 2016

At Frankfurt Book Fair, Research Information heard claims that the use of video in scholarly publishing is ‘hockey-sticking’. Tim Gillett zooms in on the action

01 December 2016

From clarity to confusion, Rebecca Pool looks at the highs and lows of data sharing in scholarly publishing

11 October 2016

For academic libraries, the future is cloud-based. Here, Scott Livingston, OCLC’s executive director for market strategy, shares his outlook – while we look at a new community project to develop a cloud-based library services platform

11 October 2016

As the scholarly publishing world adopts altmetrics, the ways in which the data is used are developing fast, reports Rebecca Pool

11 October 2016

Publishing platforms are the true drivers of digital content within the scholarly industry. Tim Gillett gets up close

02 August 2016

 Suzanne Kavanagh, director of marketing and membership services at ALPSP, outlines what delegates can expect at their annual conference this September

01 August 2016

The scholarly publishing community will descend on the ExCeL Centre for a two-day event in December, writes Clive Snell