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Springer Science+Business Media is under new ownership.

Posted Dec 15, 2009

ProQuest has incorporated Deep Indexing technology into selected natural science, technology, and engineering subject-oriented databases.

Posted Dec 01, 2009

Quertle, LLC has released a new version of its website,, for searching the biomedical, life science, and chemical literature.

Posted Nov 24, 2009

Springer Science+Business Media has launched SpringerMaterials - The Landolt-Börnstein Database.

Posted Nov 24, 2009

Specialized search developer and e-publishing company GlobalSpec announced the launch of the My GlobalSpec platform of workflow management tools.

Posted Nov 20, 2009

Scribd and ProQuest announced an agreement to make selected graduate dissertations and theses available for purchase on Scribd.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

Elsevier announced Reflect will be piloted on the research articles in the Nov. 12 issue of Cell.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

Explorys has announced an equity partnership with Cleveland Clinic that brings together a network of researchers and clinicians spanning millions of patient visits, diagnoses, procedures, and outcomes.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

Informa Healthcare announced that it is relaunching its Good Clinical Practice journal as Scrip Clinical Research, with a focus on more commercially-minded insights in the field of clinical research outsourcing.

Posted Nov 13, 2009

PolicyMedical's flagship application, PolicyManager, will now feature an embedded dtSeach Engine to navigate the large caches of data stored in PolicyManager with full-text and fielded data searching.

Posted Nov 10, 2009

Pharmaceutical Press' flagship online subscription service, MedicinesComplete, is getting an overhaul following a period of user research and focus groups.

Posted Nov 03, 2009

Ovid, a division of Wolters Kluwer, reached an agreement with the Royal Society of Chemistry for digital access to a number of its publications.

Posted Oct 30, 2009

Indiana University has received more than $1.8 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to collaborate on a $12.2 million, seven-university project designed to network researchers around the country.

Posted Oct 27, 2009

TopTenREVIEWS has acquired the Consumer Media Division of Imaginova Inc., a privately held company based in New York City.

Posted Oct 27, 2009

Wolters Kluwer announced a new executive director for the Lippincott CME Institute and a series of organizational changes to its CME organization, in accordance with guidelines set by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

Posted Oct 23, 2009

Springer launched, a free professional networking site specifically for the fields of neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and other related fields.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

The American Institute of Physics launched iResearch, a mobile research application for the iPhone.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

Independent book and journal publisher M.E. Sharpe launched a new online reference library and ebook portal with the help of Impelsys Technology's flexible iPlatform portal technology.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

German non-profit FIZ Chemie presented a revamped version of its INFOTHERM thermophysical facts database, which now features improved search functionality to help chemical and process engineers more effectively research different compounds and sort through results.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

Elsevier announced the launch of SciVal Funding, a funding intelligence service for U.S. research institutions.

Posted Sep 29, 2009

Healthcare in America is changing. At the heart of the transformation is the electronic medical record (EMR). By pulling together all of a patient's information, from lab test results to billing history, into a single electronic record, healthcare organizations can dramatically improve quality of care while at the same time lowering their costs.

Posted Sep 16, 2009

The American Nurse Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation has been certified as a provider of continuing nursing education.

Posted Sep 15, 2009

You know online social networking has reached critical mass when physicists get their very own social network. While AIP UniPHY isn't exactly Facebook, it is a networking site devoted to connecting physical scientists to one another. On Tuesday, September 8, the American Institute of Physics (AIP) unveiled the launch edition of its new site, AIP UniPHY- a scientific networking platform for communicating with colleagues, identifying potential collaborators, and keeping up with competitors.

Posted Sep 11, 2009

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) and Collexis Holdings, Inc., have collaborated to produce the AIP UniPHY scientific networking site for physical scientists.

Posted Sep 10, 2009

Ovid has announced new licensing agreements with Cancer Information Group (CIG) Media and A & C Black.

Posted Sep 01, 2009