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Ensuring that users around the world can access vital information across a variety of content types is not an easy job—but it’s a challenge Atypon […]
For this installment of our People of Atypon series, we sat down with Polivios Roussis, one of our Program Managers. Fast Facts: Polivios joined Atypon […]
If you attended our Tectonic Shifts webinar in March, you may be wondering what’s changed since then. (If you didn’t, don’t worry: you’ll find the […]
Presented each year by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, the Webby Awards honor excellence on the internet—websites, media, online video, apps, and […]
What can artificial intelligence do for us in scholarly communications? What is it already doing? These are some of the questions Hong Zhou, our resident […]
For this installment of our People of Atypon series, we sat down with Dina Abulfailat, Product Manager for Literatum’s Digital Objects feature. Fast Facts: Dina […]
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 […]
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