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Partnering for an open future: Sharing successes and lessons learned

Hear from library leaders on the institutional impact of transformative agreements and discover more about achieving sustainable open access.

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Does minimalism have a place in research?

Minimalism is a growing trend in life and work, but can researchers benefit from the approach of “less is more”? Two early-career researchers weigh in on where it works, what to avoid — and how they’re using AI.

HM Kamrul Hassan poses with a humanoid at Hajime Robot Restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, where robots take orders and serve food. He visited the restaurant as part of his work with humanoid service robots.

When your research affects cancer patients, reliable AI is critical

Dr Engie El Sawaf knows the difference research can make to people’s lives. She researches neuropathy, a common side effect of chemotherapy that can be so severe that patients choose to stop cancer treatment. Find out how ScopusAI provides the trusted information she needs.

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