Features

01 July 2004

Negotiating the web of information services

01 July 2004

Leading the information revolution for the benefit of research, scholarship, and education

01 July 2004

Developed with scientists, for scientists

01 July 2004

Two renowned publishers under one brand

01 July 2004

The E-Journals Management Drive

01 July 2004

Survey shows how societies spend surpluses

01 July 2004

The evolution of online access. From institution to end-user, and back again

01 July 2004

Advancing science and healthcare: a shared goal

01 July 2004

CAB Abstracts - more relevant today than ever before

01 July 2004

Delivering integrated solutions for STM publishers worldwide

01 July 2004

David Mort, Director of IRN Research, reviews the European online STM information market

01 May 2004

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

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