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  • How to Create High Stakeholder Engagement: Podcast

    How to Create High Stakeholder Engagement: Podcast

    How can organizations create high engagement among stakeholders to unlock the potential to develop significant innovations? Find out as host James Bowen interviews Tony Lingham of Antioch University.

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  • 5 Ways to Avoid Burnout at Work

    5 Ways to Avoid Burnout at Work

    Every day, millions of employees inch closer to burning out at their jobs. Whatever the reasons, there are ways you can fight to keep your sanity at work so you don’t become the next casualty.

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  • The Wiley Network Steps into the Spotlight

    The Wiley Network Steps into the Spotlight

    Learn more about enhancements to The Wiley Network.

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  • How ORCID Benefits Journals Without Negatively Impacting Submissions

    How ORCID Benefits Journals Without Negatively Impacting Submissions

    ORCID, the researcher persistent digital identifier, reliably connects researchers to their contributions and affiliations to increase discoverability, recognition, and research collaboration.

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  • The Future of Learning

    The Future of Learning

    How can companies prepare their workforces for the needs of tomorrow? Here's how a few companies are empowering and upskilling their employees.

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  • O Canada! What Historic Archives Reveal About the Great White North

    O Canada! What Historic Archives Reveal About the Great White North

    We've unearthed some fascinating pieces of Canada's history from Wiley Digital Archives.

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  • Closing the Gap: Why the Gender Pay Gap Matters to Wiley

    Closing the Gap: Why the Gender Pay Gap Matters to Wiley

    Closing the Gap: Why the Gender Pay Gap Matters to Wiley

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  • Saying Yes to Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Winner

    Saying Yes to Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Winner

    Meet the winner of this year's ASPIRE prize, Dr. Madhu Bhaskaran, who developed a technology for unbreakable glass.

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  • Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Celebrating the Contributions of the 2018 Nobel Prize Winners

    Happy 500th Anniversary, RCP! We’ve taken a look back at the Royal College of Physicians through the centuries to see just what it takes to make it to the big 5-0-0.

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  • Positive Teams Create Positive Cultures

    Positive Teams Create Positive Cultures

    Team culture is the written and unwritten rules that determine what a group believes and values and how they work together. No wonder all great teams have a great culture.

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  • 30 Years of Publishing Transformation: A Q&A With the Editors of Learned Publishing

    30 Years of Publishing Transformation: A Q&A With the Editors of Learned Publishing

    The Co-Editors of Learned Publishing look back on 30 years of change in the scholarly publishing world.

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  • Is Blue Skies Research Making a Comeback? The Impact of Cross-Sector Collaboration In Research

    Is Blue Skies Research Making a Comeback? The Impact of Cross-Sector Collaboration In Research

    In this podcast we learn about the growing trend of corporations outsourcing their R&D to academic institutions.

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  • Shaping the Future of Research and Discovery: The 2018 Japan Wiley Research Seminar

    Shaping the Future of Research and Discovery: The 2018 Japan Wiley Research Seminar

    At the Wiley Research Seminar in Japan, attendees shared their perspectives on innovation and open science and discussed how to work together.

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  • Taiwan Sets Its Sights on Growing Research Output

    Taiwan Sets Its Sights on Growing Research Output

    Taiwan may be a small country, but its potential to support and grow a conducive environment for the research community is irrefutable.

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  • Standing up for Science In the Face of Hostility

    Standing up for Science In the Face of Hostility

    John Maddox Prize, recognizes individuals who have stood up for science in the face of hostility. Sir John Maddox, was a passionate and tireless champion and defender of science.

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  • Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Nominees, Part 1

    Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Nominees, Part 1

    Meet this year's ASPIRE prize nominees. Early career researchers who are creating healthier societies through their work.

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  • Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Nominees, Part 2

    Creating Healthier Societies: Meet This Year's ASPIRE Prize Nominees, Part 2

    More nominees for this year's ASPIRE prize from the APEC forum. These early career researchers are creating healthier societies with their work.

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  • What Can Publishers Do to Encourage and Contribute to a Culture of Transparency?

    What Can Publishers Do to Encourage and Contribute to a Culture of Transparency?

    Stephanie Loh and Hannah Wakley, peer review specialists at Wiley, discuss what publishers can do to encourage transparency within the peer review process.

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  • How Figures and Images Can Help People Discover Your Journal

    How Figures and Images Can Help People Discover Your Journal

    How Figures and Images Can Help People Discover Your Journal

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  • 10 Tips for Creating a Knowledge Ecosystem in Your Organization

    10 Tips for Creating a Knowledge Ecosystem in Your Organization

    Recent research is providing ways for the better understanding of how knowledge is constructed and connected to prior learning. Here are ten ways to put the research into practice.

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