Press Releases

The programme for the 2023 hybrid Researcher to Reader Conference has now been announced, and is given in full on the conference website.

The programme will include our usual mix of panel discussions, presentations with Q&A, workshops and debating. There will also be generous breaks for conversation, with optional lightning talks.

The digitisation of scientific content is a revolution that has yet to reach its full potential. In this opening keynote Rob Terry – TDR - World Health Organization will make the case for
open science and the need for systems thinking which may require a complete re-set for how science is undertaken in order to tackle the global challenges of climate change, food
security and future pandemics.

Lauren Kane, CEO, BioOne talks “Mission Accomplished ……Now what?”

Now in our 5th year, why do our chairs love working on ConTech Live and what are they particularly looking forward to at this year's conference? We caught up with them a couple of weeks’ ago to find out. Watch Clive Snell - MD at ConTech Live in conversation with Ann Michael - CTO, AIP Publishing and Sam Herbert - CEO and co-founder of 67 Bricks in an insightful discussion.

To view the video in full (it’s only 14 minutes) go to: https://www.contech.live/

Morressier announced as Gold Sponsor of ConTech 2022 and ConTech Pharma 2023

ConTech 2022 will be a hybrid event taking place on the 29 and 30 November with the physical event once again being held at The Marriott Regent’s Park, London.

The Special Collections Handbook, Third Edition is a comprehensive desk reference providing the essential principles, skills, and knowledge to manage special collections in any setting. 

It covers all aspects of special collections work from preservation to advocacy, and this new edition has been revised and updated to incorporate the many developments in the field including updated guidance on decolonising collections management, working towards zero-carbon preservation, the impact of Covid-19 and new legislation affecting special collections. 

A free scholarly search engine for browsing open access academic content has been launched to coincide with International Open Access Week

The Company of Biologists has signed a new three-year read-and-publish agreement with Jisc .

Researchers will be able to make faster and more accurate analysis of experiment data

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