25 April 2018

The potential effects of Brexit on the UK's universities has truly begun to bite – and the situation could further deteriorate

19 April 2018

Three publishers and ResearchGate have agreed to work together on the sharing of articles on the scholarly collaboration platform

16 April 2018

Digital Science has awarded its first Catalyst Grant of 2018 to a team from Romania aiming to accelerate the research process through its artificial intelligence platform

13 April 2018

Cambridge University Press has partnered with Code Ocean – a platform that enables authors of articles journals to publish and share code associated with their research

10 April 2018

Clarivate Analytics has acquired the AI-technology start-up Kopernio, to create what it describes as ‘the definitive publisher-neutral platform for research workflow and analysis for scientific researchers, publishers and institutions’

06 April 2018

Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group has partnered with Jisc to make its e-book collections of monographs, proceedings and reference works available for purchase

04 April 2018

Federated access management specialist OpenAthens has partnered with LM Information Delivery to enhance its offering to thousands of library clients

27 March 2018

Info International, organisers of the London Info International events, have launched a new event: ConTech 2018

26 March 2018

Karger Publishers has opened a regional office in Dubai to extend its network in the Middle East

26 March 2018

IntechOpen has announced that Anke Beck will join the company as incoming CEO

22 March 2018

Emerald Group has appointed Phill Jones, formerly director of publishing innovation at Digital Science

21 March 2018

The organisers of Internet Librarian International are calling for speakers for the 20th anniversary of the event



Danny Kingsley, deputy director at Cambridge University Library, looks back at her early days at Australian National University – and forward to the many challenges facing librarians

Analysis and opinion

While researchers, publishers and funders warm to data sharing, issues over misuse, citation and credit remain, reports Rebecca Pool