A new digital curation centre in the UK will help research institutions to safeguard research data for years to come. Peter Burnhill, the centre's interim director, reports
John Murphy profiles the founder and CEO of the library IT provider, Innovative Interfaces
Professor John Keane, co-director of the National Centre for Text Mining in Manchester, UK, describes the aims of the centre
In future, publishers will be required to deposit digital information that is published in the UK into the country's national libraries. SiÃ¢n Harris investigates what this means
Reforming science publishing will affect more than just the dissemination of science: it could catalyse more fundamental changes. The learned societies might be best placed to shape the outcome, suggests Vanessa Spedding
Radio-frequency identification is emerging as a good way to improve automation and security in many business sectors. Birgit Lindl, from Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems, reports on why RFID is important for libraries
John Murphy profiles Sally Morris, chief executive of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers
Lynne Brindley, chief executive of The British Library, looks at what the future holds for libraries and information professionals
The world's biggest pharmaceutical company will not have a single, traditional library by the end of this year. Peter Rees examines the challenges in creating an international, company-wide 'virtual library'
The way scientific information was disseminated in print may hold lessons for the electronic age. Tom Wilkie examines the potential
When information spread across a variety of sources is linked together, there are advantages for researchers and publishers alike. Amy Brand and Kristen Fisher explore recent shifts in linking that promise even more benefits.
While most of us fathom out how to navigate the new digital information landscape, those with foresight are worrying about the past - how to preserve electronic content. Vanessa Spedding reports.