Siddharth Singh, energy and climate policy researcher, and author of The Great Smog of India, examines the effect of Coronavirus on research and the environment.
Neil Turkewitz provides information on the response of academic publishers to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Open access is much more than just a publishing business model. When a work of scholarly research is made freely available to readers across the globe, the impact is dramatic.
In the world of the Violet Thorne, alliances are made and broken, and the imaginary becomes real. And just like the game, indie publishing turns out to require creativity, collaboration, and commitment to a shared world.
Part two of a three-part series highlighting the differences between two forms of Intellectual Property, patents and copyrights
Aside from compiling and publishing his eponymous Dictionary, Noah Webster was also involved in many literary and publishing projects during the days of the Revolutionary period and the early Republic.
Keith Kupferschmid recaps the most important stories in the world of copyright from 2019, and gives a preview of what is to come in 2020.