CABI Debuts CAB Direct Improvements

Jul 08, 2010


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CABI announced a number of improvements to its CAB Direct reference service. In addition to the more than 8.8 million bibliographic records and 85,000 full-text articles available through the platform, users can now easily keep track of research with permanent marking of records, set aside up to 1000 records for additional examination and manipulation, and export citations and abstracts into tools such as RefWorks and EndNote.

CABI (Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International) is a not-for-profit science-based development and information organization with nine centers worldwide. The updates were made possible by a collaboration with Semantico.

(www.cabi.org)