Clarivate partners with EveryLibrary to support US libraries

26 October 2023

Organisations to provide dedicated resources and advocacy

"Heartbreaking" to read how researchers feel – Octopus founder

26 October 2023

New report questions impact of publishing on research culture

Springer Nature agrees transformative agreement in Hong Kong

24 October 2023

Three-year agreement will allow affiliated researchers to publish OA in more than 1,900 hybrid journals

Wiley and DEAL Consortium to sign five-year agreement

23 October 2023

Agreement "creates a blueprint for the next phase of open access publishing"

Springer Nature uses generative AI to publish academic book

23 October 2023

Book took less than five months from inception to publication – about half the time normally taken

Imagine the future of research at Digifest 2024

23 October 2023

Registration for Jisc’s annual teaching, learning and research event is now open

Springer Nature introduces AI-powered scientific writing assistant

16 October 2023

Tool to support researchers, particularly those whose first language is not English, in their scientific writing

New Read & Publish consortia offer from The Company of Biologists

16 October 2023

New three-year Read & Publish Open Access consortia offer with ZB Med – Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Image: Tim Gillett

60 speakers set for IOPP Environmental Research event

11 October 2023

Event to focus on sustainable energy, environmental justice, air pollution and climate change

Digital Science’s Catalyst Grant returns

03 October 2023

Up to £25,000 to be won for innovative AI-based ideas to support research

Webinar: Addressing Reviewer Bugbears with Innovations in Peer Review

22 September 2023

In advance of Peer Review Week (25-29 September), Research Information consultant editor Tim Gillett hosted a webinar on behalf of IOP Publishing and Morressier

The Research Information Yearbook 2023-24 is out now!

20 September 2023

We are delighted to tell you that the Research Information Yearbook for 2023-24 is now published!


As ever, the last 12 months has been a time of change in scholarly communications, and this yearbook covers many of the subject areas that have seen crucial developments: artificial intelligence; open science and research; ebook pricing; preprints; user experience; developments in the Global South, India and the Middle East; metrics and citation; and industry standards.