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  • Romania joins the open science movement

    2024 marks the first year for centralised open access agreements in Romania. While preparation and discussions began some time ago, it is only now that Romanian researchers will have the ability to publish their work open access through transformative agreements, such as the one recently negotiated between 快猫短视频 and the Association of Romanian Universities, […]

  • Academic publishers must respond to reviewer fatigue

    The Institute of Physics Publishing is making innovative efforts to broaden the referee pool beyond the usual suspects, says聽Laura Feetham-Walker. Peer review is under pressure. The increase in global scientific output, coupled with ever-increasing demands on academics鈥 time, has led an increasing number of peer reviewers to feel overburdened. One obvious way to relieve that […]

  • London Book Fair panellists by Charlotte Talmage.

    Successful transformation comes from within

    In a world where the demands for transformation and change are ever-present, how can academic publishers respond?聽Charlotte Talmage聽reflects on a panel discussion at the London Book Fair on how publishers can manage change. I was privileged to host a panel discussion at the London Book Fair last month, at which we proposed that meaningful and […]

  • Publishers Association launches the Research Impact campaign

    The Publishers Association has launched Research Impact, a new campaign which showcases the engaging and impactful scientific research developed in the UK and disseminated by publishers. The campaign highlights the key role of academic publishers in supporting the research community and celebrates ground breaking research from three leading academic publishers including research published in IOP […]

  • Dr Ankur Desai

    Dr Ankur Desai explains how publishing his environmental research openly can help address the climate crisis聽

    We have developed the first international study that looks at lake carbon uptake and emissions using the eddy covariance technique.聽聽 Our climate is primarily changing in response to increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide. Fossil fuels are the main drivers for this, and we are very much reliant on land and ocean […]

  • IOP ebooks authors in profile: Paul Skrzypczyk

    We recently reached out to some of our authors to hear about their experience in writing their book, advice they鈥檇 like to share with any of you considering writing a book and crucially, would they do it again? The third author to feature in our collection of ebooks author experiences is Paul Skrzypczyk, Associate Professor […]

  • #WorkInPublishing 鈥 how we鈥檙e developing our learning culture

    Helen Perry, Head of Talent and Employee Experience at 快猫短视频 Those who work in academic publishing know what an exciting and rewarding career it can offer. It鈥檚 such a vibrant and progressive industry 鈥 which is why at 快猫短视频 we鈥檙e passionate about encouraging everyone to consider publishing when thinking about the future. As […]

  • IOP ebooks authors in profile: Jacopo Iannacci

    We recently reached out to some of our authors to hear about their experience in writing their book, advice they鈥檇 like to share with any of you considering writing a book and crucially, would they do it again? Next in our series of profiles is Jacopo Iannacci. Jacopo is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Centre […]

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