About us | About Scoope | Contact us
Scopelogo
 
google

 
  
 Sponsor Links
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEWS ARCHIVE  
  News archives across months
  News archives across themes
  News archives across category
   
 
   
 

US Elsevier and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists collaborate to improve productivity for global oil and gas exploration teams - 14 Jun 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced that content from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) is now available in Geofacets, Elsevier's information solution for exploration and development. AAPG is the leading professional association for geoscientists, engineers, and oil and gas professionals working in upstream exploration. The addition of its content will significantly enhance the Geofacets portfolio, which currently offers approximately 1.8 million maps, figures and tables from over 100 publications.

Exploration teams can leverage Geofacets' unique technological and search capabilities to discover and integrate must-have maps, figures and data from select AAPG publications into their basin and petroleum system models. With the combination of AAPG and Geofacets content, exploration teams now have access to 90 percent of the relevant unstructured published data and information used in the industry. With Geofacets, exploration teams spend less time searching, formatting and integrating data, and more time on analysis and interpretation.

Geofacets is a geoscience solution that enables comprehensive, in-depth research of surface and subsurface geology, regardless of the individual specialties or information needs of geoscientists. Geofacets allows helping companies of all sizes to prioritize opportunities, optimise resources, and manage risk. Visual search lets oil and gas companies assess locations at a glance.

Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.

Click here

Forward ThisForward This
More News in this Category

Workflow management tools/solution

More News in this ThemeAlliances, Partnerships & Consolidations
STORY TOOLS
Bookmark and Share
Share On LinkedIn Share On Facebook
Tweet This !DeliciousBookmark this
Digg ThisLinkedIn Connections

US Wolters Kluwer ranks #21 on The Healthcare Informatics 100 list of top hit companies - 14 Jun 2018

Wolters Kluwer Health has announced that its ranking on The Healthcare Informatics 100 raised two spots to #21 on the 2018 list, which ranked technology companies based on 2017 health IT revenues in the US. This marks the third consecutive year the global provider of trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions has climbed in the rankings and its seventh consecutive appearance on the high-profile list.

The Healthcare Informatics 100 is widely recognized as the authoritative compendium of the industry's leading technology companies. By delivering advanced clinical technology, artificial intelligence innovations and evidence-based solutions, Wolters Kluwer drives more informed care decisions and streamlines workflows, helping to eliminate care variability, improve quality and outcomes, and reduce costs for healthcare organisations and patients.

The Healthcare Informatics 100 ranking is one of several prestigious recognitions for Wolters Kluwer Health in the first half of 2018. The list of awards includes two Omega NorthFace ScoreBoard Award™ for excellence in customer service and satisfaction; 34 American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) awards, including Publication of the Year; and 2018 SIIA CODiE Award finalist.

Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.

Click here

Forward ThisForward This
More News in this Category

Awards, Certification and other Achievements

More News in this ThemeAwards, Certifications and other Achievements
STORY TOOLS
Bookmark and Share
Share On LinkedInShare On Facebook
Tweet This !DeliciousBookmark this
Digg ThisLinkedIn Connections

UK BMC series expands into engineering, launches new journal - BMC Biomedical Engineering - 14 Jun 2018

BMC Biomedical Engineering, a new open access, peer-reviewed journal is now open for submissions and with it the BMC series enters for the first time a new subject area: engineering. This is the first of two newly launched journals in the BMC series.

2018 has been declared as the 'Year of Engineering' by the UK government, an initiative that has seen wide support by hundreds of national and international organisations. Biomedical engineering is a rapidly growing field that creates lasting impact on global health and society. It has existed for many centuries, in a mixture of forms, but it wasn't until the twentieth century when major discoveries in the physical sciences enabled it to evolve exponentially. The invention of the electrocardiograph by William Einthoven (Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1924) in the start of the century changed the course of the diagnosis and treatment for the cardiovascular system.

BMC Biomedical Engineering will provide the biomedical engineering community with a global open access venue for robust research with the ultimate goal of improving human health, by combining tools and methods from biology and medicine with mathematics, physical sciences and engineering.

As a member of the BMC series, the ethos of BMC Biomedical Engineering is open and inclusive, and the journal does not make editorial decisions on the basis of the interest of a study or its likely impact. Submissions are rigorously peer reviewed to assess scientific validity and published articles will become freely available to all readers irrespective of their location.

BMC Biomedical Engineering will complement and strengthen the open access portfolio of the BMC series, which currently focuses on biology and medicine, and expand it into engineering. Its multidisciplinary attributes allow it to collaborate with existing sister BMC series titles that represent established medical communities such as BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, BMC Medical Imaging or BMC Cancer, and make research visible to a wide network of relevant clinical audiences (for example, via cross-journal special issues).

Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.

Click here

Forward ThisForward This
More News in this Category

Public Access

More News in this ThemeNew Release - Journals/Products/Services
STORY TOOLS
Bookmark and Share
Share On LinkedIn Share On Facebook
Tweet This !DeliciousBookmark this
Digg ThisLinkedIn Connections

US HighWire’s visualised analytics product, Vizors, named ‘Best Business Intelligence Reporting & Analytics Solution’ at 2018 SIIA CODiE Awards - 14 Jun 2018

HighWire's visualised analytics product, Vizors, has been named 'Best Business Intelligence Reporting & Analytics Solution' at the 2018 SIIA CODiE Awards.

Up against the very best products, technologies and services in business software solutions, Vizors is a core component of HighWire's 'evidence-based publishing' approach; delivering a unique solution for ambitious publishers, and their customers. HighWire is the technology partner of choice for world-leading commercial and academic publishers.

Vizors is a suite of powerful visual analytics tools that bring citation and usage data together to help publishers make fast, informed decisions about their content. Vizors combines data across different systems to build a picture of how content is being used and cited, to give the earliest possible indicators of research merit, and see what patterns there are in the data.

Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.

Click here

Forward ThisForward This
More News in this Category

Awards, Certification and other Achievements

More News in this ThemeAwards, Certifications and other Achievements
STORY TOOLS
Bookmark and Share
Share On LinkedInShare On Facebook
Tweet This !DeliciousBookmark this
Digg ThisLinkedIn Connections

US Allen County Public Library first to adopt OCLC Wise in the US - 14 Jun 2018

Allen County Public Library, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has signed on to implement OCLC Wise, the first community engagement system for U.S. public libraries.

The agreement represents the first commitment by a US public library to implement Wise. Uniquely holistic in its design, Wise integrates tools for increasing community engagement with the functions of library management. The system is engineered to elevate library experiences, the experiences of the people who use the library, and the dedicated staff who engage with the community. It is designed around people and driven by data—enabling libraries to evolve as their communities evolve.

Allen County Public Library (ACPL) previously worked closely with OCLC in evaluative testing for Wise, a process involving multiple library departments. This focused collaboration informed initial development work and inspired future roadmap goals. It was also part of a larger effort working with library leaders across the US to reinforce planning and production initiatives.

With the first release of Wise in the US set for this summer, OCLC will partner with more public libraries. This group of early adopters will help inform development priorities and shape future innovation.

Acquired by OCLC in 2013, Wise is a customisable and proven service that is currently used by more than 75 percent of public libraries in the Netherlands. Wise is being tailored to address the specific needs of US public libraries. OCLC will continue to work with ACPL, other public libraries, and the library community at large to help inform Wise development efforts.

Brought to you by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a trusted global partner for digital content transformation solutions - Abstracting & Indexing (A&I), Knowledge Modeling (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies), and Metadata Enrichment & Entity Extraction.

Click here

Forward ThisForward This
More News in this Category

Library information/solutions provider

More News in this ThemeLibrary - Management / Digitization / Automation
STORY TOOLS
Bookmark and Share
Share On LinkedInShare On Facebook
Tweet This !DeliciousBookmark this
Digg ThisLinkedIn Connections
 
For banner ads click here