October/November 2010

New life for old resources

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

Web Publisher gets to the heart of obesity

When The National Heart Forum began developing its international databases for obesity studies, it needed a reliable, simple-to-use bibliographic reference management software package, writes Michelle Boness

China presents challenges and opportunities

In the August/September issue of Research Information we asked a range of people about the needs and challenges of Chinese researchers accessing information and communicating their research results. Now, Sian Harris asks what this means for Western publishers working in China, and for Chinese publishers wanting to move into international markets

Unique challenges shape society plans

A BMJ-hosted symposium in June saw decision-makers from a range of biomedical society publishers discussing the future of society journals publishing, writes Charlie Rapple

Understanding tomorrow's needs

Charles Hutchings of JISC and Joanna Newman of the British Library explain what a new study is revealing about the way young researchers work and how they can be supported

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