Egypt-based Hindawi Publishing has just converted its last two subscription journals to the open-access model. The company's president and co-founder Ahmed Hindawi tells us why
Traditional subscription publishers are increasingly interested in different approaches to publishing. Siân Harris finds out why the author-pays, open-access model has become a big part of Bentham Science's plans.
John Murphy finds out how Thieme Chemistry put a major reference work online
The French open archive HAL plays a key role in research across France and in the emerging European network of repositories, write some of the people involved in the project.
RSC Publishing's Project Prospect is enhancing the chemical information available from the publisher's journal articles, writes Richard Kidd
Electronic books are becoming a hot topic in STM publishing. Siân Harris looks at the challenges and opportunities that they bring.
The open-access publishing model enables new types of journals that could not be published under the traditional subscription model, believes Matthew Cockerill, publisher of BioMed Central.
Adam Bostanci introduces a new service to open up access to biomedical and health research in the UK
Elisabetta Poltronieri of Italy's Istituto Superiore di Sanità reports back from an international seminar on open access held recently at the research institute.