Blogs

  • Why Partnerships Are Key to Open Access

    Why Partnerships Are Key to Open Access

    CEO of the British Society for Immunology, Doug Brown explains how partnerships for Open Access help impact the clinical community.

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  • The Case for Open Data: Transparency Is No Longer Optional

    The Case for Open Data: Transparency Is No Longer Optional

    University of Michigan Professor Anthony Lupia explains why today's research needs to be fully transparent.

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  • One Surprising Place You’ll Find New Members

    One Surprising Place You’ll Find New Members

    Many people have always assumed that societies in the same academic field were competing to attract new members. Results of the 5th Wiley Society Membership Survey show this is no longer the case.

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  • Successful Publications in an Open World

    Successful Publications in an Open World

    Advice for societies on navigating the accelerating transition to an open access world.

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  • Are You Providing the Career Support Members Need?

    Are You Providing the Career Support Members Need?

    Help advancing their career is one of the main benefits members look for, but the results of our most recent membership survey show that almost half are unsatisfied with what their society’s offer.

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  • What Do Society Members Really Think About Open Access?

    What Do Society Members Really Think About Open Access?

    The results from the 2019 Wiley Membership Survey are in, and you might be surprised by what we learned.

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  • How to Credit Researchers for Making Science Matter

    How to Credit Researchers for Making Science Matter

    Societies are working together to help researchers get credit for making science matter.

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  • 4 Ingredients for Growing Journal Income

    4 Ingredients for Growing Journal Income

    Opportunities for commercial revenue are expanding beyond the health sciences, but it's all about showing corporate sponsors that you can reach the right audience.

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  • The Power of Collaboration to Support Open Research

    The Power of Collaboration to Support Open Research

    Liz Ferguson describes the story behind the Projekt Deal agreement with Germany and the overwhelmingly positive reaction from the research community.

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  • How Early Career Researchers Bring Fresh Ideas to ASPB’s Editorial Boards

    How Early Career Researchers Bring Fresh Ideas to ASPB’s Editorial Boards

    Inviting early career researchers to join editorial boards can add real value and help to engage future leaders.

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  • 6 Tips for Better Member Engagement on Twitter

    6 Tips for Better Member Engagement on Twitter

    Twitter can be a great place to connect with your members and share important information about your organization, but having a ‘handle’ is only the first step.

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  • Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    Talking Gender Diversity in Political Science Journals

    We spoke to political scientists about how to promote gender diversity in the field and in research communications.

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  • Can Societies Help Researchers Collaborate Across Borders?

    Can Societies Help Researchers Collaborate Across Borders?

    Research is always becoming more collaborative but working with new people means learning how to listen and communicate effectively.

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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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  • Is Transparency a Priority for Your Journal?

    Is Transparency a Priority for Your Journal?

    From peer review to reproducibility, publishers, authors, and editors are all exploring how to be more transparent to improve research integrity and impact.

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  • How to Connect Researchers With Journalists for Better Science Communication

    How to Connect Researchers With Journalists for Better Science Communication

    At IASP's 17th World Congress on Pain, researchers, communication professionals, and journalists met to discuss challenges and opportunities in sharing research with the public.

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  • Looking back on Open Access Week 2018

    Looking back on Open Access Week 2018

    We take a look back at Open Access Week 2018 in this summary blog post.

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  • How Does Open Science Drive Your Work Forward? Share Your Story Today!

    How Does Open Science Drive Your Work Forward? Share Your Story Today!

    As part of Open Access Week 2018, we celebrated the ways in which open science drives research forward. Find out more about the campaign in this blog post.

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  • Open Access Week 2018 Is Here

    Open Access Week 2018 Is Here

    Introducing Open Access Week 2018 at Wiley.

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  • Meet the Winner of the 2018 Wiley and British Academy Prize in Psychology

    Meet the Winner of the 2018 Wiley and British Academy Prize in Psychology

    We chat with Dr Sarah Lloyd-Fox, winner of the Wiley and British Academy Prize in Psychology.

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