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UK Clarivate Analytics and Hitachi partner to launch new solution to improve efficiency of global patent research, review and evaluation processes in Japan - 03 Jul 2019

Clarivate Analytics plc, a global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, and Hitachi, Ltd. have announced the launch of a new solution in Japan, which is designed to streamline research and evaluation of worldwide patent documents.

Customers of Hitachi’s Shareresearch, a market-leading Japanese patent information search platform for Intellectual Property (IP) and R&D teams, will now have the option to access Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) content translated into Japanese within the platform. Shareresearch users can now streamline the patent review process when working with large numbers of overseas patent documents in foreign languages. Used by more than 40,000 users and 40 patent offices around the world, DWPI is a trusted source of global patent data, correcting and summarising the novelty, use and advantage of an invention for more than 84 million worldwide patents, covering 41 million patent families in more than 26 languages.

Through the partnership, a user will have the option to access the available Derwent title and abstract related to the corresponding Shareresearch patent record. By accessing the DWPI editorially enhanced title and abstracts, IP and R&D users can collaborate more efficiently and easily determine the relevance of patent records. This means they can better support and streamline their company’s patent review process.

Clarivate Analytics and Hitachi initially announced this collaboration in November 2018. Since then, a prototype has been tested by select Shareresearch customers such as Bridgestone Corporation and Murata Manufacturing Company Limited. Studies by Bridgestone and Murata found they were 40% more efficient when evaluating foreign patents using the translated DWPI abstracts now provided in Shareresearch. Hitachi has been conducting more qualitative tests with other corporate users including Mitsubishi Materials Corporation.

As global competition continues to grow, patents published outside of Japan have increased dramatically. As a result, the volume of patent searches within multinational companies in Japan has risen by between 20% and 40%, according to a Hitachi survey.

Additionally, overseas patent documents can be difficult to understand given the diverse range of languages they are written in as well as the different country-specific rules governing patent issuance. This means that research & development and sales professionals with neither the technical expertise in patents nor the proficiency in a foreign language have to spend a lot of time with intellectual property departments to find a way to understand overseas patent documents. The new solution from Derwent and Hitachi aims at simplifying this process and help teams work smarter together.

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UK Emerald acquires Journal of Mental Illness - 03 Jul 2019

Academic publisher Emerald Publishing has acquired Mental Illness journal; publishing the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, from PAGEPress Scientific Publishing.

The new acquisition complements Emerald’s existing portfolio of journals in Health and Social Care by expanding their mental health coverage and diversifying their product offerings to include psychiatry and clinical health.

The Journal, which will be open access and published under a CC-BY model, will contribute to Emerald’s growing list of open access options, providing authors with more choice and flexibility to publish based on preference, funder and institutional mandates, budget, and the need to publish open access research quickly.

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US NISO publishes Recommended Practice on Improved Access to Institutionally-Provided Information Resources - 03 Jul 2019

The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) has published a new Recommended Practice on Improved Access to Institutionally-Provided Information Resources. This NISO Recommended Practice provides recommendations for using federated identity as an access model and improving the federated authentication user experience, arising from the Resource Access for the 21st Century (RA21) initiative.

By fostering collaboration among stakeholders from academic institutions, corporations, identity federations, and scholarly publishers to conduct pilots and test prototypes, the research undertaken by RA21 has led to the development of recommendations offering guidance to Service Providers (SPs), such as publishers, tools vendors and research infrastructure providers, Identity Providers (IdPs), including libraries and institutional Identity and Access Management systems, and Identity Federation operators.

The implementation of the RA21 recommendation will be led by a coalition of industry partners, called the Coalition for Seamless Access. The Coalition will implement the RA21 services in a beta phase beginning in the fall of 2019 to test the RA21 technology, assess its impact on the user experience, conduct reviews of its security and privacy implications and provide feedback on possible revisions to the recommendation based on implementation activity.

The NISO Recommended Practice for Improved Access to Institutionally-Provided Information Resources is available on the NISO website page at: https://www.niso.org/standards-committees/ra21.

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UK Clinical geneticist Dr. Huw Dorkins named new Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Medical Genetics - 03 Jul 2019

Dr Huw Dorkins has been appointed as the new Editor in Chief of one of BMJ’s specialist journals, the Journal of Medical Genetics. This international, peer-reviewed journal covers original research in human genetics and includes reviews and opinions on the latest developments in the field of genetics.

Currently serving as the Fellow & Tutor in Medicine at St Peter’s College in Oxford, Dr Dorkins is a clinical geneticist at the Leicestershire Genetics Service, Leicester, UK, with interests in the areas of cancer genetics, neurogenetics and genetics education. Dr Dorkins is a former President of the Medical Genetics section of the Royal Society of Medicine and Examiner in genetics for the Royal College of Pathologists.

The Journal of Medical Genetics is one of 70 specialist journals published by BMJ. The journal has been adopted as the official journal of the Canadian College of Medical Geneticists (CCMG).

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UK Future Science Group publishes inaugural issue new OA journal, Future Drug Discovery - 03 Jul 2019

Future Science Group (FSG) has announced the publication of the first issue of its new open access journal, Future Drug Discovery.

Future Drug Discovery is a peer-reviewed, open access journal for drug discovery and development research. Published quarterly, it provides a forum for discussion of the state of the drug discovery field, alongside research, review and methodology articles.

The journal is led by an international, expert advisory board including Jayanth Panyam (University of Minnesota, MN, USA), Steve Rees (Astrazeneca, Cambridge, UK) and Neil Jones (Cancer Research UK, London, UK), among other leading names in the field.

The first issue includes opinion pieces discussing the state of publishing in drug discovery, the importance of chromatographic separation in early phase discovery, the benefits of working in a science incubator and a perspective on working as an independent consultant. Additionally, the issue also features an interview discussing how the future of antibiotics lies in combination treatments; commentaries detailing an open science rare diseases initiative and self-assembling technology for drug delivery; and research articles covering nanoparticles, nootropics and Rule of 5.

The full first issue is available open access and can be read here: https://www.future-science.com/toc/fdd/1/1.

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US ALCTS Publishing releases first guide in new monographs series - 03 Jul 2019

ALCTS Publishing has announced the release of the first title in its new Sudden Position Guide series. Edited by Jeremy Myntti, the Sudden Position Guide to Cataloging and Metadata is geared toward librarians who have been given cataloging and metadata responsibilities without formal training, those who have experience in cataloging one specific type of resource but now have to catalog unfamiliar items, and those new to library cataloging.

Throughout this guide, authors share a variety of resources and tools and provide a solid starting point for learning the principles and standards of resource description for cataloging and metadata, making the Sudden Position Guide to Cataloging and Metadata a helpful resource for anyone who is in the sudden position of cataloging and managing metadata.

Established by the ALCTS Monographs Editorial Board, the Sudden Position Guide series is designed to provide the reader with essential knowledge, tools of the trade and best practices in a concise, easy-to-read and reference narrative format. The guides are specifically meant to aid anyone who is taking on a new position or added technical services responsibility. The Sudden Position Guide to Cataloging and Metadata is the first guide in this series, and is available in print and as a PDF in the ALA Store.

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India Holiday Notice - 03 Jul 2019

This is to inform our esteemed subscribers that there will be no newsletter dispatch on July 4-5, 2019 on account of US Independence Day. We will resume our newsletter service on Monday, July 8, 2019. The newsletter will contain all the headlines that have appeared after the July 3rd issue.

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