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Ingenta partners with RedLink to offer Remarq
- 01 Feb 2018

Ingenta has announced a collaboration to support integration of Remarq, the collaboration platform from RedLink, for its publishers. This collaboration enables Ingenta CMS platform customers to offer group discussions, annotation, editorial tools, and copyright-compliant sharing on the Version of Record, driving community engagement.

Remarq recognises user roles including editors, authors, and readers. Editors and authors have the ability to provide relevant updates to articles as well as to interact with readers. Readers can follow authors and articles, as well as share articles of interest with confidence.

Further, Remarq offers authors and editors valuable analytics, to better understand the needs of their community.

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Elsevier selects six biotech and pharma start-ups to The Hive
- 01 Feb 2018

Elsevier, the global information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced that six start-up companies have been selected from more than 150 global applicants for The Hive, Elsevier's innovation initiative for biotech and pharmaceutical start-ups.

Exscientia, LegoChem Biosciences, 4P-Pharma, Beacon Discovery, Sigilon Therapeutics, and Unum Therapeutics, were selected for their commitment to cutting-edge science in emerging areas of research. All six demonstrate significant potential to impact how future treatments are researched and developed. As members of The Hive, each company will receive support, complimentary training, and access to Elsevier's suite of information solutions for 18 months.

The goal of The Hive is to help foster the discoveries that happen in these early stages, start-up environments, ensuring that the route to market for new innovations is accelerated. The six participating companies - the second intake of start-ups to The Hive - will use Elsevier's tools to support their innovative work in some of the hottest research areas.

Elsevier's suite of R&D Solutions fuels research and decision-making in early stage drug discovery and development, and are used by most of the world's leading biopharmaceutical companies. The products that The Hive participants will be using include: Pathway Studio, Reaxys®, Reaxys® Medicinal Chemistry, ScienceDirect, Scopus, PharmaPendium®, and Embase®. The Hive, which first launched in 2016 with four start-ups selected to take part, engages the global pharma community via content featuring the participants, which will be widely-promoted throughout Elsevier's online and social networks.

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SPIE and ACCUCOMS extend collaboration to MENA
- 31 Jan 2018

ACCUCOMS has expanded its relationship with SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics, by representing the SPIE Digital Library in MENA in addition to its already established agreements in India and Eastern Europe. The agreement is effective January 1, 2018.

More than 469,000 research papers and 320 ebooks from the SPIE Press are published in the SPIE Digital Library, making it the world's largest collection of optics and photonics research. Approximately 18,000 new articles and 25 ebooks are added each year.

In MENA, ACCUCOMS Commercial Manager EMEA Eyad Mohammad, will oversee contacts for SPIE. Technical articles in the SPIE Digital Library include conference proceedings from 1962 through its most recent events, and articles from the society publisher's 10 peer-reviewed scholarly journals.

Through the 'e-First' publishing program, individual articles from journal issues and proceedings volumes are published electronically in the SPIE Digital Library. 'e-First' ensures that they are available for subscribers as rapidly as possible.

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Taylor&Francis partners with Code Ocean taking journal article to the next level
- 31 Jan 2018

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis and Code Ocean, a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform, have announced a new partnership that enables researchers to easily share and run code, making journal articles more robust.

Readers will enjoy new interactivity where the Code Ocean widget is embedded within an article. They can run the code instantly within the page to easily reproduce and replicate data findings, so results can be verified and tested, and knowledge improved.

Authors can share their executable code with their data so that it can be visualised, augmented, and built upon. They will benefit from greater visibility of their code and can collaborate with others, with any open source programming language, plus MATLAB and Stata. Recognising the use of code across many fields - from engineering to psychology - Taylor&Francis will implement Code Ocean across disciplines.

Authors retain their copyright for code and can authorise use with any open source license they choose. Code Ocean assigns a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to the code when it is deposited to the platform and can be associated with the article at any stage of publication. Taylor&Francis will incorporate Code Ocean into its publishing workflow starting with a selection of journals in early 2018, with the goal to roll it out across journals that are rich in code and data.

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New partnership between Springer Nature and BenchSci to benefit biomedical researchers
- 31 Jan 2018

Springer Nature and BenchSci, a life science machine learning startup, have announced a new partnership designed to address the challenge millions of biomedical researchers face when searching for biological products for their research in scientific papers.

Up to 50% of biological products don't work when used in experiments. This contributes to the current reproducibility crisis. Life science product companies can't test every way their products might be used. So researchers review scientific papers for this information when planning experiments. But more than 38 million scientific papers have been published since 1980, and this number doubles every nine years. Searching papers for guidance is increasingly difficult.

This partnership seeks to solve this problem by combining Springer Nature's rich database of biomedical journals and BenchSci's industry leading machine learning technology for biological products.

The licensing agreement will see papers from Springer Nature's biomedical journals decoded, indexed and displayed on BenchSci, an artificial intelligence discoverability platform that decodes scientific papers and extracts data related to proper use of biological compounds. This will make them more easily searchable and discoverable to scientists who search for biological compounds using BenchSci.

Data from Springer Nature publications will be available on BenchSci in April 2018.

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