Research4Life’s Richard Gedye discusses publisher contributions to UNESCO’s International Day for Universal Access to Information.
INASP’s Jon Harle looks at the United Nation’s Global Goals and explains why they matter to publishers.
Highlighting efforts by medical publishers to help get information into the hands of patients and caregivers.
Several researchers recently “stumbled across” an article indicating the reasonable likelihood that Liberia would be faced with cases of Ebola. Public health officials had not acted on this known likelihood. The question is why.
Despite the increase in open access publishing, public access initiatives like Research4Life, INASP, the UK’s Access2Research pilot, and more are still playing a valuable role in making research publications more widely available, both to researchers outside of the developed world, and to the general public.
In addition to what publishers do directly for authors and readers, they foster many collaborative and philanthropic efforts around the world.
Peer-to-peer sharing of scientific articles is common for Indian scientists, a new study reports.
Free scientific journal access programs claims to boost article output in developing countries. A deeper analysis of the data shows otherwise.