Interviews

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12 May 2017

Brian Cody is co-founder and CEO of Scholastica

27 March 2017

Judy Verses is executive vice president for research at John Wiley and Sons

03 March 2017

Richard Bevan, CEO at Emerald Publishing, reflects on the company’s 50 years in scholarly communications

03 March 2017

Sir Philip Campbell 
is editor-in-chief of the science journal Nature

01 December 2016

Steve Arlington is president of the Pistoia Alliance – a global, not-for-profit alliance of life science companies, vendors, publishers, and academic groups

11 October 2016

After learning to fly a plane, and then teaching German business executives to speak English, London Info International’s Philip Ditchfield also worked in pharma and publishing sales

01 August 2016

Pinar Erzin is founder and president of Accucoms

27 May 2016

Rafael Ball is director of the ETH Library in Zurich, Switzerland

24 March 2016

After 20 years in financial services and the IT sector Paul Feldman is now chief executive of Jisc, the UK higher, further education and skills sectors' not-for-profit organisation for digital services and solutions

28 January 2016

After holding a variety of positions in scholarly publishing, Melanie Dolechek is now executive director for the Society for Scholarly Publishing

27 November 2015

WIth a background in mathematics and an early career developing software applications, Ella Balagula now leads the Engineering and Technology Solutions business within Elsevier's R&D Solutions group

02 October 2015

Daniel Hook founded Symplectic in 2003, alongside three fellow PhD students. Several years later the company was noticed by Nature Publishing Group, which was in the early stages of planning Digital Science. That lead to an investment in Symplectic and the start of Hook's relationship with Digital Science, where he is now managing director

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Feature

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

Analysis and opinion
Interview

Judy Verses is executive vice president for research at John Wiley and Sons

Feature

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