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US CAS and Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma sign 5-year agreement to provide enterprise-wide access to SciFindern - 11 Jul 2018

CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS), has announced that Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma has signed a 5-year agreement to provide enterprise-wide access to the newest solution in the SciFinder® family, SciFindern. With SciFindern, scientists can quickly find the most relevant, actionable answers for their scientific inquiries to accelerate their research outcomes.

For many years, SciFinder has empowered pharmaceutical companies across the globe to achieve success and efficiency in their R&D processes. Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma has utilised SciFinder in creating their pipeline and to support product development. SciFindern will further this success by providing additional content, enhanced workflow features and the most advanced chemistry relevance engine in the industry, enabling their researchers to be exponentially more productive.

SciFindern, the newest solution in the SciFinder family, accelerates scientific research with a frictionless interface to the unmatched CAS content collection and the most advanced chemistry relevance engine in the industry, allowing scientists to do better research in less time.

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US Elsevier expands medication dose checking capabilities in its Gold Standard Drug Database - 11 Jul 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, and part of RELX Group, has announced the expansion of medication dose checking capabilities in its Gold Standard Drug Database. Expanded content in Gold Standard Drug Database supports health professionals and healthcare organisations in preventing clinically and financially harmful drug dosing errors.

The dose checking content protects against excessive, inadequate and/or potentially dangerous doses to ensure optimal delivery of the patient's medication. Available within the clinical decision support suite of Gold Standard Drug Database, the dose checking content is now the most robust in the industry.

Gold Standard Drug Database exclusively offers TRUE Daily Updates™ to deliver advanced drug data and decision support for integration into health systems and applications. In tandem with evidence-based, peer-reviewed content, intelligent screening tools in the Gold Standard Drug Database protect against false negative alerts that can lead to unsafe drug therapy decisions, and false positive alerts that cause dangerous alert fatigue and overrides. These safeguards are designed to help reduce the nearly 700,000 emergency department visits and 100,000 hospitalizations each year due to adverse drug events (U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, ahrq.gov).

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US SAGE Publishing renews contract with Atypon, signs 5-year online journal delivery deal - 11 Jul 2018

Academic publisher SAGE Publishing has extended its existing contract to continue to host, deliver, and market all of its scholarly and professional journals through 2023 on Literatum, Atypon's online publishing platform.

Since 2015, SAGE has provided its customers access to more than 1,000 journals from a wide range of academic disciplines through Literatum, including a growing number of journals available open access. SAGE journals have played a key role in developing social science disciplines since the company's first publication in 1965, and the company has exhibited a long-term commitment to a rapidly growing program within the science, technology and medical sector.

Literatum provides easy-to-use tools and automated technologies that free publishers to focus on content-not technology-putting them in control of the presentation, marketing, and sale of their online publications. Literatum is engineered for Active Publishing, Atypon's strategy for increasing readership, revenues, and impact by providing engaging, personalised reading experiences that convert website visitors into subscribers. Literatum is home to more journals, books, and websites than any other publishing platform-nearly 45% of all scholarly journal content.

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UK The National Library of Poland selects Ex Libris Alma and Primo solutions for OMNIS e-Service project - 11 Jul 2018

Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that the National Library of Poland has selected the Ex Libris Alma® library services platform and Primo® discovery and delivery solution as key components in the library's OMNIS e-Service project. Alma and Primo will provide the basis for the library to adopt a unified national approach to library resource management, discovery, and delivery.

The OMNIS e-Service project, financed by the Digital Poland Projects Centre, represents a major investment in the creation of a nationwide library network and the future of Polish librarianship. The project aims to enable users to access a wide variety of resources via a single gateway.

After the Alma and Primo solutions are implemented at the National Library, they will be rolled out to early adopters consisting of academic, regional, and county libraries. These institutions will transfer their data to a common cataloguing service and begin working collaboratively with Alma and Primo. The experience they gain will benefit all the libraries in Poland as the OMNIS e-service project is rolled out across the country.

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France EDP Sciences reports robust performance in 2017 Journal Citation Reports - 11 Jul 2018

Not-for-profit publisher EDP Sciences has reported another robust performance in the 2017 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) published by Clarivate Analytics.

Over half of the 21 EDP Sciences journals indexed show an increase in their Impact Factor, with 47 percent increasing by over 10 percent.

Astronomy & Astrophysics increased its Impact Factor by 11 percent to 5.565, having continued to climb for the past three years. The journal remains in the top 10 in the Astronomy and Astrophysics category, and a source of original research, rated 10th out of 66 journals in the discipline.

Parasite maintained a strong Impact Factor of 2.069. The journal is ranked 18th out of 37 journals in the Parasitology category.

International Journal of Limnology and Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems both maintained a 5-year Impact Factor of above 1 (1.228 and 1.820 respectively). Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems saw an Impact Factor increase of 25 percent when compared with last year.

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