Long and short interviews with communicators in the field of science and science dissemination, some of them talented and prominent, some of them just talented–but they all have important things to tell us.

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Prof Christophe Bernard eNeuro Chief Editor - A video interview

   This video used automatic subtitles and may not be completely accurate.   How to keep innovating and improving the academic publishing system? Those are the questions we asked Prof Christophe Bernard, Professor at INSERM in…

Turning frustration into change: Jean-Sébastien Caux, founder of SciPost

The scientific publishing industry depends heavily on the people that write, review and edit scientific articles. In effect, these people have the power to shape the future  of scientific publishing. So, what will they make of it? Prof. Jean-Sébastien…
open access publishing

Seeking Sustainable Open Access Publishing Models - Danielle Padula's Perspective

Open access publishing has grown over the years prompted by concerns about the accessibility of science to the general public. However, publishing is not free, whether materials are needed for print or servers are needed to keep repository…

Another Way? – Interview with Dr Paul Whaley

When we think about peer review, we usually think of the traditional model of researchers doing a study and then submitting it to a journal where it is then critiqued. But there are other ways already being implemented. We talk to Dr Paul Whaley…

Open access initiatives and transformative agreements: Interview with Colleen Campbell

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The transition from subscription-based to open access publishing of scholarly articles has become a…