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Julia Peregudova

New dawn for Russia?

The Russian Federation has declared 2021 as a year of Science and Technology – which predicts an increase in the sphere of scientific publications, writes Julia Peregudova

Awards and rewards

Emerald Publishing CEO Vicky Williams looks back on her career and makes some predictions for the future of academic publishing

The never-ending story

From deposits to discovery, Rebecca Pool looks at the long and winding journey of the institutional repository

Measuring in context

As scholarly publishing communities search for the meaning behind metrics, the need for context is becoming crystal clear, reports Rebecca Pool

Growing share for preprints

Five organisations define, describe, and share their thoughts on a subject that has become something of a hot topic in recent times

Global communities and shared values

In time for International Women's Day Caroline Birkle, vice president of research operations at Clarivate Analytics, spoke to us about flagship brands, research data services and metrics

Learning curves

As the pressure to understand student success rises, Rebecca Pool asks: are libraries coming around to learning analytics?

Passion and dedication

As Nature celebrates its 150th birthday, Magdalena Skipper reflects on her career and her work as editor-in-chief

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Augmented reality offers a new dimension to print

Donald Samulack investigates the possibilities of augmented reality in academic publishing

The meaning of open

David Stuart investigates the concept of open research, and what it means to the scholarly community

Unfiltered voices of the past

Catt Thompson-Baum, conservation manager for Wiley Digital Archives, gives an inside view of the world of archive collections – from mummified rats to medieval parchments

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