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Articles from Research Information (February 1, 2018)

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A broken system? 393
A mandate to take risks: eLife's head of technology Paul Shannon reflects on a career encompassing programming, music technology and scholarly communications. Gillett, Tim Interview 1131
AI 'has potential to revolutionise life sciences'--Pistoia Alliance. 579
Authentication and access issues in pharma: Catherine Dhanjal asks: are researchers getting access to the vital data they need? Dhanjal, Catherine 1176
Cambridge Core Share. Brief article 142
Digital Science launches Dimensions, a platform to democratise scholarly search. Brief article 220
Ensuring the accessibility of all learning content: The accessibility of learning content is undergoing a dramatic change. Johnson, Rick 1071
Evidence for change. 328
Finding the best route from information to knowledge: Analytics and on-demand access are key. Anderson, Kent; Linss, Mitja-Alexander 597
Framing evidence: STEM students significantly improve in class after video-based instruction. Pritzker, Moshe 863
Harnessing the power of big data research: Social scientists need to take their expertise into the data science realm. Metzler, Katie 791
Leader: Tim Gillett Chain reaction. Brief article 216
Moving to the mainstream: Rebecca Pool asks: was 2017 the year that scholarly publishing let in open peer review? 1526
New CEO for Emerald Publishing. Brief article 216
OUP joins Initiative for Open Citations. Brief article 160
Paperhive. 199
ProQuest. 231
Rising to the challenge: Chris Armbruster reports from APE 2018, held in Berlin. Armbruster, Chris 887
Springer Nature platform now holds a billion metadata statements. Brief article 255
Strength through collaboration: London's Business Design Centre was the venue for Research Information's inaugural event, Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle. Stuart, David 792
Tackling fraud. Brief article 186
Tartan talking: Glasgow once again to host UKSG annual conference. 479
University of Oxford and Elsevier embark on maths research collaboration. Brief article 246
What is blockchain for research? Jon Treadway and Joris van Rossum explore the impact the technology could have on scholarly communication. Treadway, Jon; van Rossum, Joris Report 1032

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