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Articles from Research Information (April 1, 2020)

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'In esteemed company': Ann Michael looks back on a varied career encompassing nine different industries. Gillett, Tim Interview 1088
20 the year of open data? A growing number of mandates, incentives and declarations are driving progress in open data, reports Rebecca Pool. 1982
A dynamic and rapid evolution: Leon Heward-Mills and Rebecca Lawrence discuss the Taylor & Francis acquisition of F1000 Research. Heward-Mills, Leon; Lawrence, Rebecca 1804
Award 'encourages me to keep researching in Guatemala'! Central American woman is this publication's first 'Researcher of the Month'. Awards list 529
CISPC 2020--call for papers. 321
First US UP signs OA agreement for UK HE. 313
From creation to dissemination: Tamir Borensztajn discusses the requirements connected with supporting an open research infrastructure. Borensztajn, Tamir 740
Global communities and shared values: In time for International Women's Day Caroline Birkle, vice president of research operations at Clarivate Analytics, spoke to us about flagship brands, research data services and metrics. Gillett, Tim Interview 1047
Growing share for preprints: Five organisations define, describe, and share their thoughts on a subject that has become something of a hot topic in recent times. 3228
In appreciation of APE: Tim Gillett travelled to the APE conference in Berlin earlier this year. Here, he spells out why it's a must for those involved in academic publishing. Gillett, Tim Conference news 722
Industry events in peril over Covid-19. 573
Is a software revolution on the cards? The open-access movement is calling into question business models in scholarly publishing, writes Sami Benchekroun. Benchekroun, Sami Report 720
Leader: Tim Gillett: Shock of the new. 221
New business models for the open research agenda: The rise of preprints and the move towards universal open access are potential threats to traditional business models in scholarly publishing, writes Phil Gooch. Gooch, Phil 1106
Reactions to UKRI consultation announcement. 567
We just have to do something! The open research agenda--for publications, data and code--is driving firms to explore new business models, writes Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. Hinchliffe, Janicke 870
Working together to reduce cyber impact: Nick Fowler and Steven Inchcoombe introduce SNSI, an initiative to solve the cyber challenges facing the scholarly communications industry. Fowler, Nick; Inchcoombe, Steven 835

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