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Prize draw: win a free ticket to top London conference!

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Research Information has teamed up with the Researcher to Reader event to give one of our readers a free ticket to the two-day conference in London.

Researcher to Reader (R2R), which will be held at BMA House (pictured) in central London on 24 and 25 February, is a collaborative forum for discussion of the international scholarly content supply chain. It attracts a wide range of delegates including librarians, researchers, publishers and other vendors.

Speakers at the event will include: Dr Soumya Swaminathan, chief scientist at World Health Organisation; Tasha Mellins-Cohen, director of publishing at the Microbiology Society; Catriona Fennell, director of publishing services at Elsevier; and Sabine Hossenfelder, research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies.

R2R also features a series of panel debates, workshops and discussions across the two-day programme – as well as numerous opportunities for networking with other delegates.

The draw is open to librarians and academics who subscribe to Research Information. we will hold the draw on 10 January 2020, and the winner will be notified soon after that. Please note that this offer does not include travel to the event, or accommodation, so may be more suited to readers in the south-east of the UK – though it is open to all!

For more details about the event, visit: https://r2rconf.com/

Sponsors who are already supporting the 2020 Conference include HighWire, Atypon, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Research Information, Mosaic, Ringgold and Aries.

Sponsors who supported the 2019 Conference included HighWire, Atypon, Ingenta, Copyright Clearance Center, Redlink, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Redlink, MDPI, Research Information, Karger, Mosaic, Ringgold and Wiley.

• To enter, please email charlie.mitchell@europascience.com, with the header: R2R 2020 PRIZE DRAW, by 10 January. Please include your name and job title in the body of the email.

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