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Wiley-Blackwell, the scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has launched an online reference website offering free access to research articles and publications relating to Influenza A H1N1.

Posted May 19, 2009

EBSCO Publishing and Elsevier have entered into a partnership allowing hospitals to access EMBASE on EBSCOhost.

Posted May 19, 2009

Swets announced Eduard Cohen has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Posted May 19, 2009

BBC Audiobooks America, a publisher and distributor of unabridged audiobooks and radio dramatizations, is making its collection available in the United States as downloadable eAudiobooks through NetLibrary, OCLC's platform for eBooks and eAudiobooks for libraries.

Posted May 15, 2009

Swets, a subscription services company, announced a partnership agreement with Amigos Library Services, a library resource-sharing network.

Posted May 15, 2009

Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society and a source of chemical information, has launched a new, free, web-based resource called Common Chemistry.

Posted May 15, 2009

EBSCO Publishing, a database aggregator, has released the Sustainability Reference Center, a comprehensive full-text database covering all aspects of sustainability.

Posted May 15, 2009

The Royal Society of Chemistry has announced its acquistion of ChemSpider.

Posted May 12, 2009

The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters announced compatibility between EndNote, the bibliographic management software used by researchers, librarians, and students, and OpenOffice.org Writer. Thomson Reuters also announced that it has released Thomson Reuters News Pro application for the iPhone and Blackberry.

Posted May 12, 2009

To help physicians, pediatricians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals combat the current H1N1 flu outbreak, Ovid, part of Wolters Kluwer Health's Medical Research business, announced that it is providing hospitals and healthcare centers around the world, including Mexico, with free 30-day access to the Ovid MEDLINE database and CABI's Global Health database on the OvidSP platform.

Posted May 08, 2009

Corporate customers of Dialog, a provider of online information services for professional searchers, will now be able to purchase a variety of ProQuest products through their Dialog sales contacts.

Posted May 08, 2009

Newstex, a provider of full-text Blogs On Demand and real-time news, announced a strategic alliance with LexisNexis to deliver its new Video On Demand product through LexisNexis research platforms.

Posted May 08, 2009

Serials Solutions, a provider or E-Resource Access and Management Services (ERAMS), announced a series of medical resource enhancements to Serials Solutions KnowledgeWorks, an e-resource knowledgebase.

Posted May 08, 2009

The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters announced the newest release of ScholarOne Manuscripts (formally Manuscript Central), a web-based peer review and submission application for scholarly publishers.

Posted May 08, 2009

Coveo, a provider of information access and search solutions for the enterprise, announced the availability of Coveo Enterprise Search (CES) 6.0, an information access platform.

Posted May 08, 2009

Serials Solutions, a business unit of ProQuest, has added University of Calgary as a beta development partner for the Summon unified discovery service.

Posted May 05, 2009

Ovid, part of Wolters Kluwer Health, and a provider of the development and delivery of customizable electronic research information for the medical, healthcare, and academic markets, announced that 60 ebooks from Clinical Publishing, an independent medical publisher based in the United Kingdom, are scheduled to be available on OvidSP in 2009.

Posted May 01, 2009

Springer Science+Business Media, a global scientific publisher, has launched www.stemcellgateway.net.

Posted May 01, 2009

Most of the country has been looking at President Obama's stimulus package and wondering just what's in it for them. Among the millions of people wondering what economic relief might come their way are researchers—people whose success, and sometimes their jobs, rely on government funding. With $10 billion earmarked for the NIH and another $3 billion of stimulus funds set aside for the National Science Foundation, researchers will be scrambling to compete for the highly sought-after funds.

Posted Apr 30, 2009

Ovid, part of Wolters Kluwer Health, and a provider of the development and delivery of customizable electronic research information for the medical, healthcare, and academic markets, announced that it is adding new modules to its suite of 3D interactive human anatomy offerings.

Posted Apr 28, 2009

Thomson Reuters announced that it has teamed up with ITWorx, a global software professional services organization, to bring market news and information online to financial clients.

Posted Apr 28, 2009

Springer Science+Business Media, a scientific publisher, has launched the website www.SpringerExemplar.com, a free linguistic tool designed to support the publishing process for authors, editors, and the scientific community in general.

Posted Apr 24, 2009

EBSCO announced the creation of a new discovery layer, EBSCO Discovery Service.

Posted Apr 24, 2009

FIZ Karlsruhe, a non-profit service institution within the Leibniz Association (WGL), announced that it now offers its computer science portal io-port.net free of charge with a new database interface and new search functions.

Posted Apr 24, 2009

The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters announced that Manuscript Central, the flagship application of its ScholarOne product line, is now available in Simplified Chinese.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

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