CCC was a proud sponsor of the London Book Fair again this year (March 13-16, 2017), one of the most influential content marketplace events in the world. Browse the other panels:
“Scientists are very, very preoccupied with the publication process, which they need in order to advance their careers.” – Dr. John Inglis, Co-founder, bioRxiv
Watch Now: The Rise of the Researchers—New Directions in Scholarly Publishing
As part of the Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum at last week’s London Book, Copyright Clearance Center CEO Tracey Armstrong moderated a panel discussion that explored how researchers are driving innovation in scientific publishing, and finding new roles in publishing far beyond the laboratory bench. The RSPF is presented by the UK’s Publishers Association and the Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP).
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Tracey Armstrong is the President and Chief Executive Officer at CCC, bringing more than 20 years of experience in rights management with CCC to the industry. Leading the organization through a period of phenomenal change and challenge, Tracey has helped transform CCC’s licensing solutions to meet the needs of today’s digital publishing world.
Frederick Fenter Ph.D., Executive Editor of Frontiers, one of the largest and fastest-growing open-access publishers in the world. In 2014, Frontiers received the ALPSP Gold Award for Innovation in Publishing.
Dr. John Inglis, co-founder of bioRxiv, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s preprint service for the life sciences. Inglis is also the founding Executive Director and Publisher of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, a not-for-profit publisher of journals, books, and online media in molecular and cellular biology, based in Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island in New York State.
Sybil Wong, Ph.D., Head of Partnerships for Sparrho, a startup blending expert curation and machine learning to help users from more than 150 countries stay on top of the science that matters to them.