Podcasts

  • Can Academic and Corporate Collaboration Drive Life-Changing Research and Discovery?

    Can Academic and Corporate Collaboration Drive Life-Changing Research and Discovery?

    Listen to the podcast from our Japan Executive Seminar, to learn our academic and corporate collaborations are moving research forward.

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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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  • Private Funding Has a New Agenda for Research

    Private Funding Has a New Agenda for Research

    In this episode of the Wiley Society Podcast, Katja Brose, CZI Science Program Officer, shares CZI’s mission and how she sees private foundations playing a role in research communication.

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  • Research Communication as Diplomacy

    Research Communication as Diplomacy

    Lisa Brodey, Director of the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Cooperation, explains why a strong research community depends on both science diplomacy and diplomacy for science.

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  • How One Society Is Succeeding Despite Disruption

    How One Society Is Succeeding Despite Disruption

    In a time when many learned societies are questioning their futures, the Royal Statistical Society is working hard to stay relevant. Listen to Hetan Shah share how RSS is adapting.

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  • How the Power of Social Media Can Work For You

    How the Power of Social Media Can Work For You

    Connecting with your members on social media depends on great strategy and plenty of planning.

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  • Keeping Research Relevant: "There's No Distinction Between Opinion, Wishful Thinking, and Evidence"

    Keeping Research Relevant: "There's No Distinction Between Opinion, Wishful Thinking, and Evidence"

    AAAS CEO Dr. Rush Holt sees a disturbing trend in how scientists and the public interact. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how we can do better.

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  • Don't Underestimate the Power of Representation

    Don't Underestimate the Power of Representation

    Societies are vital to improving gender parity in science. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how associations can help.

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  • In a Time of Change, What Makes Societies Strong?

    In a Time of Change, What Makes Societies Strong?

    Jesse Wiley, a 7th generation member of the Wiley family, shares his perspective on how societies are weathering changes in scholarly publishing and taking advantage of the resulting opportunities.

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  • Are You Ready to Create a Data Policy?

    Are You Ready to Create a Data Policy?

    Listen to this podcast episode to learn how other societies are handling data archiving and how to get started on a data policy.

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  • An Editor's Thoughts On "Open in Order to..."

    An Editor's Thoughts On "Open in Order to..."

    Editor-in-Chief Roger Watson discusses the benefits of open access, such as increasing the global visibility and impact of research.

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  • Four Disciplines, Four Different Data Policies

    Four Disciplines, Four Different Data Policies

    There is no one size fits all when it comes to data policies. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how 4 societies are solving the data archiving problem.

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  • Publications Strategy or Organizational Strategy: Which Comes First?

    Publications Strategy or Organizational Strategy: Which Comes First?

    Listen to this podcast episode to learn how journal management can help societies achieve their long term strategic goals.

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  • 4 Ways to Fight Misinformation In the News

    4 Ways to Fight Misinformation In the News

    Listen to this podcast to learn from Laura Helmuth, science editor at the Washington Post, how societies leverage the news media to raise awareness and foster the public’s understanding of science.

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  • The Search for Reproducibility

    The Search for Reproducibility

    What does research reproducibility really mean? Listen to this podcast episode to get the answer and learn how the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) protects research integrity.

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  • Can Emerging Technologies Bridge the Peer Review Gap?

    Can Emerging Technologies Bridge the Peer Review Gap?

    New technologies may hold the answer to perfecting peer review. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how peer review could evolve.

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  • "Peer Review Is Broken" (Or Is It?)

    "Peer Review Is Broken" (Or Is It?)

    Listen to this podcast episode to hear two editors talk about their experiences with peer review and how portable cascade review can benefit societies, publishers, authors, and editors.

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  • The Impact Factor Still Reigns Supreme- Should It?

    The Impact Factor Still Reigns Supreme- Should It?

    Listen to this podcast episode to learn why the best way to evaluate your journal's success is to take a holistic view.

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  • Put Your Members' Needs First With Cutting-Edge Survey Analysis

    Put Your Members' Needs First With Cutting-Edge Survey Analysis

    In this podcast, get a deeper look at how survey analysis can help you offer the right range of benefits to meet diverse member needs.

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  • 3 Things Societies Can Do to Promote Research Integrity

    3 Things Societies Can Do to Promote Research Integrity

    3 Things Societies Can Do to Promote Research Integrity.

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