In Elsevier’s newly released 95-page ‘Confidence in Research’ report, international scientists, scholars, and researchers are the respondents.
At Frankfurt: IPA Stages Its Second ‘Sustainability Summit’
The Publishers Association’s Dan Conway called sustainability ‘the issue we will all be judged on in the future.”
The Netherlands’ Elsevier and Its ‘Confidence in Research’ Project
The pandemic-era vulnerability of research to drivers of anti-science resistance and fear make Elsevier’s new project timely.
Readmagine: Luis González on Publishing’s Own Narrative
Formulating Readmagine in Madrid, the Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez’s Luis González is impressed with what ‘outsiders’ may offer.
Academic Publishing: Elsevier’s ‘Research Futures 2.0’
In its second stage of a multiyear study, Elsevier looks at pressures, challenges, and potentials in research in the next 10 years.
London Book Fair: IPA Focuses on Sustainability
The International Publishers Association’s programming for London Book Fair centers on the SDG Publishers Compact.
International Women’s Day: Nature’s First Conference on Gender Equity
Registration is open for ‘Breaking Barriers for Gender Equity Through Research,’ March 9 and 10. International Women’s Day is March 8.
Academic Publishing Edition: Amsterdam’s Michiel Kolman on Diversity in STM
In scholarly and academic publishing, Elsevier’s Michiel Kolman says, more female leadership is a new and promising development.
Springer Nature Plants Trees in India, One for Each Employee
Citing some 20 percent of its workforce being based in India, Springer Nature chooses the state of Meghalaya for its tree-planting project.
The Open Access Race: Springer Nature Announces One Million Articles
Saying 34 percent of all its articles and 16 percent of its primary research is published under open access, Springer Nature proclaims leadership in the field.