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When the National Academy of Sciences added an online version of its flagship journal, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), in 1997, […]
For the first installment of our People of Atypon series, we sat down with Atypon’s General Manager, Gordon Tibbitts. When Gordon Tibbitts was nine years […]
On the Scholarly Kitchen blog, Hong Zhou, Director of AI Products and R&D at Atypon, reviews the highlights of his participation as a speaker at […]
These changes are happening. And more changes will come after this. So I encourage you to participate actively in the community here at Atypon. —Paul […]
Could there be a better ally for the year 2022 than a deity bearing apples that bestow eternal youth? Welcome aboard, Idunn! Named after the […]
On December 14, 2021, we hosted the latest in our ongoing series of Literatum webinars, this time on the subject of Breaking down access barriers […]
The second Atypon Community meeting was held online on December 1 and 2, 2021. If you weren’t able to be there, here’s what you missed! […]
At the December Community Meeting we’ll hear from a dozen invited speakers and moderators representing 11 organizations, in addition to the client leaders of our […]
What’s in store at the Atypon Community Meeting in December? We’re glad you asked! On Day 1, Hisham Shahtout and Michael Markey (Atypon) will start […]