Editor's picks

EDIT: This webcast has now taken place, but is available on catch-up at the link below. SPOILER: it was excellent!

Daniel Keirs considers open science from the perspective of a physics publisher, including some of the steps needed to accelerate progress

Matt McKay

Papers related to the pandemic have been downloaded more than 150 million times, writes Matt McKay

News

30 June 2020

Clarivate has released the 2020 update to its annual Web of Science

ALPSP chief executive Wayne Sime

23 June 2020

The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers – ALPSP – has announced its shortlist for the ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing 2020

17 June 2020

Major academic publishers are being urged to reduce their prices by 25 per cent on all agreements in light of the severe financial impact institutions are facing because of the pandemic

Analysis & opinion

02 July 2020

Daniel Keirs considers open science from the perspective of a physics publisher, including some of the steps needed to accelerate progress

Matt McKay

01 July 2020

Papers related to the pandemic have been downloaded more than 150 million times, writes Matt McKay

Nandita Quaderi

30 June 2020

Nandita Quaderi, editor-in-chief of the Web of Science at Clarivate, explains what editorial integrity means for citation data and journal evaluation

Features

10 June 2020

As scholarly publishing communities search for the meaning behind metrics, the need for context is becoming crystal clear, reports Rebecca Pool

02 April 2020

Five organisations define, describe, and share their thoughts on a subject that has become something of a hot topic in recent times

30 March 2020

A growing number of mandates, incentives and declarations are driving progress in open data, reports Rebecca Pool

27 January 2020

From artificial intelligence to transparency, peer review’s journey is full of twists and turns, reports Rebecca Pool

Interviews

Ian Smith

01 July 2020

Our Researcher of the Month for July is Ian Smith, of Cambridge’s Royal Papworth Hospital.

Sami Benchekroun

25 June 2020

Sami Benchekroun explains how a love of entrepreneurship and scholarly communications have shaped his career

Credit: Justin Lehman

19 June 2020

In a new column, Tim Gillett meets a winner of the BioOne Ambassador Award for early-career researchers who excel at communicating their work to the public

Viewpoint

25 March 2020

In a webinar with Research Information, given in November 2019, Rhianna Gamble and Carol Hollier of IFIS presented on the topic of literature reviews in food science

4 March 2020

The MLA International Bibliography is known around the world for the quality of its indexing. Mary Onorato, Director of Bibliographic Information Services and Publisher, MLA International Bibliography, shares the secrets of its success

Webcasts and white papers

28 January 2020

Being able to demonstrate measurable impact and value is becoming critically important for academic libraries

22 October 2019

IFIS Publishing commissioned research into research behaviour and the challenges around carrying out literature reviews

10 June 2019

In October of 2018, Springer Nature conducted a global survey on library challenges, publisher engagement, and its level of service to the library community