Academia & Publishing

Taking Libraries into the Future, Part 1: An Interview with Mark Hughes

Artificial intelligence: good, bad or neutral? Whatever one thinks of AI, its impact on research, teaching and learning is becoming near impossible to ignore. In the first part of a new blog series, Mark Hughes, University Librarian at Cardiff Metropolitan University, shares his views on how to tackle the slippery giant that is transforming academia.

Politics & Society

Ukrainian Women Researchers in Europe: From Displacement to Opportunity

Russia’s war against Ukraine has shaken the world, but it has also opened up a window of opportunity: the integration of Ukrainian women researchers into the Western scientific community. This process is mutually beneficial for Europe and Ukraine alike.

Academia & Publishing

Research Rapture: Leaving No Stone Unturned

There can be real joy in diving into topics far beyond one’s own domain, but also concern about getting too caught up in the process. But fear not, getting sidetracked does not have to be a bad thing!

Arts & Humanities

Engaged Research: How Far Should We Go?

Jehovah’s Witnesses are banned in Russia and seek support from the academic community. How far should we go to help them? A comment on the dilemmas of engaged research.

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