This year’s State of Open Data survey continues to show the need for institutions, libraries, publishers and funders to support data sharing practices and principles more. There are now high levels of support for open data and open science practices by researchers around the world
The digital age has given us unprecedented access to information. Researchers can now obtain far more research into their subject areas than ever before. But how much is too much? And could AI hold the key to tackling information overload in research?
Demonstrating research impact and setting a comprehensive strategy are critical tasks for any research organization, but gathering trustworthy insights can be difficult and time-consuming. To support organizations in reaching their strategic goals, Nature has recently developed Research Intelligence - a new suite of solutions
Publication is a key part of both a researcher’s career development and the way the impact of a research institution is measured. Unfortunately, researchers aren’t always aware of how to give their research the best chance of being accepted.
How can leaders of research institutions — university presidents, chancellors, provosts, VPs of research, deans of graduate and postdoc offices, and department heads — offset the impact of possible funding and income changes and preserve a position of trusted leader within their field?