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02 October 2015

As well as publishing more and better science, China is increasingly committed to open science, writes Ed Gerstner

02 October 2015

The overall growth in Chinese papers published in Western journals is rapid, writes Caitlin Meadows

02 October 2015

The adoption of cloud-based systems by research libraries is on the rise, according to Sharon Davies

02 October 2015

As open access policies come into force, UK higher education institutions are racing to meet the mandates. Rebecca Pool reports

02 October 2015

Innovation is essential for any academic or professional publisher wishing to survive in today's fast changing information ecosystem, writes David Stuart

02 October 2015

Brawijaya University Library, Indonesia, is undergoing rapid change to keep up with technology, writes Nicola Bacon of ProQuest

30 July 2015

The rapid growth of digital information has led to rising interest in new approaches to information retrieval and discovery, writes David Stuart

30 July 2015

As institutional repositories evolve, library publishers and university presses worldwide are using the systems to publish research papers and more. What will be the impact on traditional publishing models? Rebecca Pool investigates

30 July 2015

Sharon Davies discovers some of the recent developments, challenges and emerging trends around Humanities and Social Sciences research

30 July 2015

From the environment to gender studies, there is plenty of research taking place across Africa into issues that impact local people. Sian Harris looks at some of the challenges and opportunities for the continent's researchers

30 July 2015

Researchers face many challenges but in some places these challenges can be more pronounced for female researchers because of additional cultural and other pressures. Four researchers who joined INASP staff at the recent Gender Summit Africa meeting in South Africa share their stories

30 July 2015

South African journal publisher NISC is proud of its strapline "Publishing Africa's Research", says managing director Mike Schramm

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