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India Scope-Anna University collaborative work on a ML and NLP based algorithm for keyphrase extraction from unstructured text presented at NLDB 2018 - 31 Jul 2018

Scope e-Knowledge Center (Scope), an SPi Global Company, and Anna University have announced that a collaborative work on a Machine Learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) based algorithm for keyphrase extraction from unstructured text, entitled "A Supervised Learning to Rank Approach for Dependency Based Concept Extraction and Repository Based Boosting for Domain Text Indexing" was presented during the 23rd International Conference on Natural Language & Information Systems (June 13 - 15, 2018, Paris, France). The presented work is published and available online at https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-91947-8_44.

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UK ConTech 2018 - global conference delegation growing - 31 Jul 2018

The conference programme for ConTech 2018 is almost complete with just a couple of sessions and keynotes to be finalised. Interest continues to run high and the global conference delegation is growing daily. Delegates will hear from a range of experts focussing on the world of content and how it is being transformed through data science, A.I. and other emerging technologies, looking at the present and what's in store.

The programme features an attractive line up of thought-provoking speakers. The programme is available at www.contechlive.com. Speakers from Google, Twipe, Elsevier, UK Government Digital Services and Wiley to name a few will be in attendance on the 29th & 30th November, at Chelsea Harbour Hotel, London.

Confirmed delegates include a wide range of content and information professionals from around the world. Content heads, strategists and managers, CTOs, systems architects, data scientists and platform technologists, publishers, senior librarians, information and engagement specialists, founders, business leaders, communications and marketing experts are all represented.

ConTech 2018 will be making a series of additional announcements on new event features, confirmed keynotes and other opportunities in the coming weeks.

ConTech 2018 takes place from November 29-30, 2018, in London.

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UK The BMJ, WHO and UNICEF partner to launch special collection on global child health - 31 Jul 2018

The BMJ in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF are launching a special collection of articles that will explore how to achieve ambitious child health goals to safeguard the health and wellbeing of children across the world.

The collection shares findings from a review of implementation of two leading global child health strategies; examines current best practices; and considers future needs when rethinking global and national child health programmes.

The collection also aims to stimulate discussion and exchange between stakeholders at global, regional, and national levels, and provide a basis for policy and strategy changes.

To address these issues, two global child health strategies were developed - Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) and integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) - which have now been adopted in over 100 countries.

In 2016, a strategic review examined the contributions of these strategies and set out five key challenges.

These include the need for adequate and coordinated funding, more attention on each country context, better integration of new evidence into policy and programmes, closer partner collaboration to support countries, and more accountability for child health, both internationally and nationally.

WHO and UNICEF have a special responsibility for global child health, and as such, have proposed a five point plan to address these challenges, with a focus on joint working to drive progress.

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US American Academy of Ophthalmology launches new scientific journal - Ophthalmology Glaucoma - 31 Jul 2018

The American Academy of Ophthalmology has announced the launch of Ophthalmology® Glaucoma, a new scientific journal focused exclusively on glaucoma. As development of next-generation glaucoma devices and drugs surges, Ophthalmology Glaucoma offers researchers an expanded opportunity to publish top-tier, original research of interest to glaucoma specialists around the world.

The Academy will publish Ophthalmology Glaucoma in partnership with the American Glaucoma Society. The partnership serves the mission of both organisations to advance scientific research and improve patient care. Dr. Henry Jampel serves as editor-in-chief. He is a professor of ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

The inaugural issue will be available online on August 13, with the print version mailed on August 15.

Ophthalmology Glaucoma is the second extension of Ophthalmology, the official journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. One of the most-read clinical publications within the medical specialty, Ophthalmology has an impact factor of 7.479. The new journal will benefit from the same expedient review and publication process as Ophthalmology and Ophthalmology® Retina. All accepted Ophthalmology Glaucoma manuscripts will be available immediately online.

Ophthalmology Glaucoma is a free member benefit for the members of the American Glaucoma Society. Academy members may subscribe from the Academy's online store at a special discounted rate. Non-members of the Academy or the American Glaucoma Society can subscribe through Elsevier at: http://www.ophthalmologyglaucoma.org/action/ecommerce.

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UK New integration provides a record of scholarly references for over 11 million research publications - 31 Jul 2018

Alternative metrics provider Altmetric has added citation data from research insights platform Dimensions to all of its tools and services, providing extensive visibility of where and to what extent scholarly publications have been cited by other academic works.

Part of technology company Digital Science, Altmetric collects online mentions relating to published research to make it possible for authors, publishers, institutions and funders to more easily identify and monitor the academic and broader influence of their work.

The openly-available Dimensions citation data joins mentions from sources such as the mainstream media, patents and policy makers on Altmetric details pages, which provide a complete record of all of the online attention found for an item.

Along with a count of total citations, the top 3 most recent citing publications are now listed in a new tab on Altmetric details pages. The details pages can be accessed by clicking on the Altmetric badges where they appear on publisher sites and institutional repositories, or within the Altmetric Explorer platform, where users can now sort search results by citation counts and export the data for further analyses.

The Dimensions citation data are live now in the Altmetric Explorer and details pages.

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US NLM appoints Dr. Dina Paltoo as Assistant Director, Policy Development - 31 Jul 2018

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has announced the appointment of Dr. Dina Paltoo as its Assistant Director for Policy Development, effective July 9, 2018. In this role, she leads NLM's policy and legislative activities which promote access to scientific data and information, as well as health information technology.

Paltoo was previously the Director of the Division of Scientific Data Sharing Policy within the OSP. While there, she was responsible for overseeing NIH policy efforts in scientific data sharing and management, open science, and genomics and health. Prior to taking on that role, she was the Director of OSP's Genetics, Health, and Society Program.

Paltoo joined OSP from NIH's National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, where she was a program director in genetics and pharmacogenetics and led activities to promote the sharing of these and other data. She has also served as a scientific advisor on the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Personalized Healthcare Initiative, was a National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention Fellow.

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US Cengage and Ambassador Education Solutions to offer Cengage Unlimited subscriptions - 31 Jul 2018

Cengage, an education and technology company, and Ambassador Education Solutions have announced an agreement for Ambassador to offer Cengage Unlimited subscriptions.

Cengage Unlimited is the first-of-its-kind subscription that offers students access to more than 22,000 products across 70 disciplines and more than 675 courses for a flat fee depending upon the duration, no matter how many Cengage materials they use. Students using Cengage technology platforms, like MindTap or WebAssign, also have the option of a print rental.

Ambassador simplifies the adoption, management and delivery of all course materials, providing a one-stop shop for schools and students to connect with course materials. The integration with Cengage allows students who purchase subscriptions to automatically retrieve their digital materials through a simple and seamless process. The subscription complements Ambassador's already robust course materials solutions, including its Ambassador All-Access offering in which students receive their resources in time for the first day of class.

The expanded partnership with Cengage builds on Ambassador's commitment to support students every step of the way, keeping them informed of their course materials options, providing quick and easy access, and delivering an engaging and supportive learning environment - all in an extremely cost-effective manner.

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