Youngsuk ‘YS’ Chi, the 2024 winner of London Book Fair’s Lifetime Achievement Award, chairs the AAP and Elsevier, and is director of corporate affairs for RELX.
With its Scopus AI search now offered to Scopus customers, Elsevier is stressing its emphasis on responsible use of artificial intelligence.
The ‘Research and Scholarly Forum’ at London Book Fair will look at AI, open access, and academic publishing policy.
Independent press Fly on the Wall is a signatory to the UK Publishers Association’s ‘Publishing Declares’ climate effort.
Near year’s end, Amsterdam’s Elsevier releases two reports looking at research and its impact beyond campuses and research hubs.
The three-publisher program devised to elevate German open-access research publication reports that it expects a formal signing of a new accord within weeks.
The Projekt DEAL program inks its third major research-publishing agreement, as Elsevier signs a five-year transformative agreement.
The Elsevier Scopus research database has released ‘Scopus AI’ for scholarly writers to explore, promising speed and responsibility.
As Benetech’s iconic certification turns five years old, the research giant Elsevier receives its Global Certified Accessible designation.
Exclusive to Publishing Perspectives: Elsevier’s Rachel Martin, speaking at a climate conference, predicts carbon labeling on printed books.