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Launching the Insights XChange Podcast: Conversations Shaping Academia

We’re thrilled to introduce a brand-new podcast series that’s set to revolutionize how you engage with academic research and publishing.

Meet the Insights XChange Podcast, proudly presented by Cactus Communications (CACTUS). Hosted by Nikesh Gosalia, President of Global Academic and Publisher Relations, this podcast features captivating interviews and insights from industry experts.

Why Listen?

In today’s fast-paced academic world, staying up-to-date with the latest trends and crucial issues is essential. Whether you’re an experienced researcher, a seasoned publication professional, or simply curious about the world of scholarly communication, this podcast will give you the information you need.

What’s in Store?

Every Insights XChange Podcast episode features lively discussions with academic experts. These conversations dive deep into pressing issues, offering fresh perspectives and actionable takeaways. From the future of open research to the potential of AI in publishing, this podcast covers it all.

Inaugural Episode

Our debut episode features a true pioneer. Nikesh Gosalia, President of Global Academic and Publisher Relations, will sit down with Ashley Farley, the Program Officer of Knowledge and Research Services at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Enjoy a captivating exploration of open research, the sustainability of the Article Processing Charge model, the game-changing potential of AI in publishing, and the pressing need for inclusivity in academia.

Ashley Farley brings a wealth of experience and insights about scholarly publishing, and her conversation with Nikesh promises to be both thought-provoking and enlightening.

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Thank you for being part of our community. We can’t wait to embark on this captivating journey into the world of research and knowledge with you.

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