Talking Points: Bianca Kramer on publishing

By Julia Deathridge (eLife), Bianca Kramer (Sesame Open Science) in interview


A former university librarian looks back at how scientific publishing has changed over the course of her career and shares her hopes for the future.


October 10, 2022


12:00 AM


eLife (interview)

After spending 15 years as a librarian for the life sciences and medicine at Utrecht University, Bianca Kramer recently started her own consulting firm, Sesame Open Science, to provide advice and support for projects related to open science. Throughout her career Kramer has been a strong advocate for open science and innovations in scholarly communication. Here she discusses how academic publishing and the role of libraries and librarians have changed over recent decades, and what she hopes the publishing landscape will look like in ten years.

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October 10, 2022
1 minute read, 86 words
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