20 October 2022

Rebecca Kirk, Publisher of Portfolio Development at PLOS, shares how fostering interdisciplinary collaboration can help tackle societal issues

20 October 2022

Matthew Day, Head of Open Research Policy & Partnerships at Cambridge University Press Scholarly Communications R&D tells us about where open-access publishing is headed

20 October 2022

Andrew Barker, Director of Library Services & Learning Development at Lancaster University, shares his views on the importance of open access

20 October 2022

Miriam Maus, Publishing Director at IOP Publishing, discusses her thoughts on the future of open-access publishing

18 October 2022

Natasha White, Journal Portfolio, B2C and Society Partner Marketing at Wiley, tells us what Open Access Week means to her and why it's important for the scholarly communications industry

04 October 2022

Christian Grubak from ChronosHub and Josh Brown from MoreBrains share their thoughts on the transition to open access and the needs for its formalised management and collaborative community actions

13 September 2022

Leah Hinds, executive director, Charleston Hub, gives us the details of the new and improved conference taking place in November, including session and speaker information, as well as insights into what’s new this year.

05 September 2022

Gregory Gordon, managing director of SSRN and Knowledge Lifecycle, shares his thoughts on preprints and the benefits of early-stage research.

15 July 2022

Maryam Bazargan

River Valley Technologies director Maryam Bazargan describes her early career, 10 years of working with her brother Kaveh, and her love of languages and cultures

30 June 2022

Charlie Rapple

Kudos co-founder Charlie Rapple explains her passion for accelerating the dissemination – and impact – of science

15 June 2022

Helen Lippell

Helen Lippell explains why organisations should learn more about taxonomies, ontologies and metadata - and describes her love of a good quiz

07 June 2022

Mark Hahnel

Figshare founder Mark Hahnel describes the company's beginnings and raison d’être – and his wider hopes for scholarly communications