Researcher to Reader
The Researcher to Reader Conference, is a collaborative gathering which aims to be the premier forum for discussion of the international scholarly content supply chain – bringing knowledge from the Researcher to the Reader. The Conference takes place in London in February each year.
Digitial Science is excited to be part of this year’s programme and will be taking part in the series of workshops on ‘Achieving an equitable transition to Open Access for low and middle-income countries’, which will tackle the challenge of ensuring that a transition to Open Access does not unwittingly create a system which is less equitable and inclusive than the current model.
Suze Kundu, Head of Public Engagement at Digital Science, will join Rachel Herbert from Elsevier and Research4Life, to explore Open Access in the Global South by using Dimensions (part of the Digital Science portfolio).
We look forward to seeing you there.
Suze Kundu, Head of Public Engagement, Digital Science
Suze is fascinated about breaking down the building blocks of life into its fundamental components – luckily science has enabled her to turn this destructive curiosity into a career. She has a BSc in Chemistry, a MSc in Analytical Chemistry and a PhD in Materials Chemistry from University College London. A passionate educator, she has also studied for a PGCE in Senior School Science, and an MEd in University Learning and Teaching. After six years lecturing in the Department of Materials at Imperial College London and at the University of Surrey’s Chemical and Process Engineering Department, she joins Digital Science to head up our external engagement.
You can find Suze sharing her passion for science through live lectures, on TV (Discovery Channel) and radio, and in print.