It’s all about the latest library tech and apps at the second part of the Wiley APAC Virtual Librarian Summit! Join our exciting panel of speakers and presenters on 14 October as they discuss topics revolving data, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more. We hope to see you there!
It can become very difficult for researchers and librarians to stay informed of the most important developments in a fast-changing field such as the Materials Science. Here are a range of metrics that can be used to help direct attention.
How is Japan working towards better engagement between the science community and the larger society? Dr. Miwa Furuya from the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) shares her insights with us in this interview.
The first thing to understand about your internal culture is your bias. These biases inform every decision we make in life and at work. Here are eight examples of the most common unconscious biases that influence our world today.
Xenophobia, scapegoating, and “othering” have always been a pervasive consequence of pandemics throughout history. Here’s a rundown of why this remains an issue through pandemics of the past and today.
Don’t miss out on how researchers can increase the integrity of their research data in this webinar. Presented by Keith Russell, Engagements Manager at the Australian Research Data Commons, he will share tips and tools on how researchers can meet the changing requirements of funders and publishers on research data.
Does your data tell a story? Here are some practical tips to help you make powerful charts and graphics that create a lasting impression.
In most of the research communities, open access is widely known but still often misunderstood. We recently spoke to Prof. Dr. Mario Thevis to unveil the most common myths around open access.