February/March 2010

Finding meaning from chaos

Web technologies offer researchers new ways to find and use information but publishers need to innovate to help them, believes John Haynes, vice president of publishing at the American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Service enables applications to search journals

In October 2009, Nature Publishing Group (NPG) launched a new service to allow remote searching of the nature.com platform via nature.com OpenSearch. We ask Tony Hammond, application architect at NPG, what the new service is all about

Fittest will survive in a semantic world

The survival of traditional publishers in a rapidly-evolving environment will depend on their ability to identify what their customers most need, and keep delivering this, writes Melinda Kenneway of TBI Communications

E-books face bright future

Discussions about the potential of electronic books were enthusiastic despite near-term challenges at the recent Online Information show in London, as Tom Wilkie and Siân Harris discovered

Libraries of the future

Siân Harris reports back from the Online Information conference that was held in London in December

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