Boosting science research and publishing, says the Publishers Association’s Dan Conway, the UK’s Horizon/Copernicus move is good news.
The scientific publisher IOP announces its pre-COP28 program–free to register–focused on environmental issues and the UN’s SDGs.
Not the best-known of UK awards, the decade-old Wainwright honors nature and conservation writing for adults and young readers.
At this 10-year milestone for Knowledge Unlatched, Sven Fund talks about what’s next for the company and open access.
Beginning with the UK, SDG Publishers Compact signatory Taylor & Francis is rolling out paper-wrapped journal shipments.
The European and International Booksellers Federation examines international bookselling trends of 2022, this time with input from 16 nations.
In his opening keynote at CONTEC Mexico, Hugo Setzer has encouraged publishers to join the SDG Publishers Compact and work together.
In its upcoming edition, Frankfurter Buchmesse’s CONTEC Mexico program focuses for two days on sustainability, translation, and audio.
Springer Nature’s ‘progress report’ on open access and more outlines strides amid challenges in a complex, competitive sector.
In considering international publishing’s megatrends, Richard Charkin consults the digital oracle—ChatGPT—and then sets it straight.