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Defining AI

Sarah Huggett and Sacha Boucherie report on Elsevier's recently-launched artificial intelligence programme

Revolution or evolution?

As the open access landscape grows in volume and complexity, Rebecca Pool asks whether calls for caution should be heard

Seek and you shall find

Nine industry figures give Tim Gillett the low-down on recent developments in discovery as part of the research process 

Return to responsibility

From the Journal Impact Factor to the latest altmetrics, scholarly players are crying out for metrics to be used responsibly, reports Rebecca Pool

Time to shine for ebooks?

Be it slow evolution or a revolution, ebook development continues to thrill and chill scholarly players, reports Rebecca Pool

A commitment to openness

Director of open science and research lifecycle at Jisc, Rachel Bruce, tells us about the current challenges facing the research sector

Strength through collaboration

London’s Business Design Centre was the venue for Research Information’s inaugural event, Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle

Up for a challenge

It’s just two months until Research Information’s first industry event: Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle

Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle is an interactive one-day conference for publishers, information professionals and academics, to be held on Monday 4 December at the Business Design Centre, London.

From tradition to change

Complex workflows and new services are driving developments in cloud-based library management systems, reports Rebecca Pool

'A broken model'

Nigel Lee, CEO at Glasstree Academic Publishing, describes how he wants to transform scholarly communications

A monograph for tomorrow

Open access looks set to shake up the humanities and social sciences book landscape for the better, reports Rebecca Pool

The measure of metrics

Change is constant in scholarly publishing; nowhere more than in the world of metrics. Here, four industry leaders offer Tim Gillett some predictions for the future

Exposing peer review

From pilots to practice, more and more publishers are warming to open peer review, reports Rebecca Pool

Picture perfect

Cartoon abstracts are a very effective way to bring research to life, writes Daniel Pullin

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