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Welcome to the Corporate Relations section of Elsevier Connect. We created this space to post the more pertinent company announcements, policy updates, and other content we hope provides a window into our positions, perspectives and what we find interesting about scholarly publishing. Think of it as a place to go into more depth than our Twitter feeds, but not quite a corporate blog — just a place for things our Corporate Relations team thinks will give you more insight into the business.
Contributors will come from the Corporate Relations team and other parts of Elsevier.
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Protecting good science: upholding publishing ethics
An Elsevier expert publishes her perspective on ethics in Retraction WatchMaking the most of a challenging year
Some personal reflections on a pretty big year for ElsevierReflecting real journal costs
Two experts write about the price of scholarly journalsHow libraries and publishers can work together
New trends and challenges in research information make it crucial to ‘work smarter’Elsevier celebrates Open Access Week
While open access may mean different things to different people, everyone agrees that greater access to research is a good thing.'Publishers add value – now let’s communicate about it'
Value communication was a hot topic at the STM conference in Frankfurt.Brad Fenwick: 'Why I joined Elsevier'
A long-time leader in academia writes about how his new position will help him address new challenges in research and higher education‘Taking it to the customer’
ClinicalKey Tour lets US clinicians test drive Elsevier’s ‘clinical insight engine’Still watching Retraction Watch
Retraction Watch, a blog run by Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus that covers the stories behind retractions as a window into the scientific process, is on a roll.