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07 June 2012

Michael Clarke is executive vice president for product and market development at Silverchair Information Systems

11 April 2012

Vicky Reich, director of the LOCKSS programme at Stanford University Libraries, and Randy Kiefer, executive director of the CLOCKSS archive, explain why preserving digital content is a challenge that needs to be tackled, especially as this content becomes more dynamic

09 February 2012

Sven Fund is managing director of De Gruyter. We asked him about the company's recent purchase of Versita, open-access plans and internationalisation of content

08 December 2011

TEMIS has recently launched the latest version of its Luxid product for semantic enrichment. Eric Brégand, chief executive officer of the company, tells us how this can help publishers

30 September 2011

As we celebrate 10 years of Research Information, here's a look back at a few of the many things experts have told us over our early years (all details of products, companies and people are described as they were at the time of original publication in Research Information)

17 August 2011

With unstructured information volumes growing fast, John Pomeroy, vice president - Europe of MarkLogic believes it is important for organisations to use it to gain new insight

14 June 2011

In January YS Chi, chairman of Elsevier's management committee, became president of the International Publishers Association. He is optimistic about the role of publishers

07 April 2011

Publishers should publicise their value to researchers better, believes Steven Hall, the new managing director of Institute of Physics Publishing

04 February 2011

Researchers have the same core content needs as they had in the past but the way they use content is changing, says Mary Sauer-Games, senior vice president, market development at ProQuest

25 November 2010

Sarah Greene has just been appointed editor-in-chief of Faculty of 1000 (F1000) as well as editor of The Scientist magazine. We ask her how post-publication peer review helps researchers guide scientists to the most important work

23 September 2010

Digitising and tagging resources helps researchers find what they need, says Alastair Horne, innovations manager of Cambridge University Press

12 August 2010

Elsevier's ScienceDirect platform is now 10 years old. We ask Rafael Sidi, the company's VP of product development, how things have changed over that time and what the future holds

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