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Nature lauds four Spanish scientists for outstanding mentoring
- 06 Dec 2017

Four Spanish scientists have been recognised by scientific journal Nature for exemplary personal mentoring of other scientists. The Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science have been hosting these annual awards since 2005 to champion the importance of mentoring and inspiring a generation of young scientists. The 2017 awards have for the first time taken place in Spain.

At the ceremony held at the Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences in Madrid, Sir Philip Campbell, the Editor-in-Chief of Nature, presented the awards and congratulated the recipients on their laudable contributions.

Through the Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science, Nature recognises outstanding scientific mentors in different regions around the world. Each winner receives a prize of €5,000.

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HemOnc Today set to unveil Next Gen Innovators at ASH
- 05 Dec 2017

HemOnc Today is set to announce its inaugural list of HemOnc Today's Next Gen Innovators, a select group of early career hematologists and oncologists.

HemOnc Today's Next Gen Innovators - nominated by members of HemOnc Today's Editorial Board and other leaders in the field - represent the next generation of hematologists and oncologists who have proven their ability to advance patient care through innovative approaches in the clinical and research settings.

HemOnc Today's Next Gen Innovators, in conjunction with Editorial Board members, will serve as expert sources to help HemOnc Today provide essential insights into trends, advances and challenges in the field.

HemOnc Today's Next Gen Innovators will be announced in the Dec. 25 issue of HemOnc Today and on the publication's online platform, Healio.com/HemOnc. Their names also will be displayed at the HemOnc Today exhibit booth (booth 2145) at the ASH Annual Meeting&Exposition, scheduled for Dec. 9-12 in Atlanta.

The list of HemOnc Today's Next Gen Innovators will be published annually in HemOnc Today. Special events for members will be announced throughout the year. To nominate an innovator who is working to advance the fields of hematology or oncology, email Editorial Director Mark Leiser at mleiser@healio.com or call him at 856.848-1000, ext. 418.

HemOnc Today strives to be the global, definitive information source for hematology and oncology professionals by delivering timely, accurate, authoritative and balanced reports on clinical issues, socioeconomic topics and industry developments, as well as presenting clinically relevant information on medical therapies.

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Elsevier announces Polish Research Impact Leaders Awards 2017, five universities honoured for continued growth in international excellence and research impact
- 01 Dec 2017

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced the winners of this year's Polish Research Impact Leaders Awards. The awards, organised by the Perspektywy Education Foundation (PEF), are part of the conference Polish Universities in International Perspective, Rankings and Strategic Management of a University, and recognise universities for their global impact and visibility in research.

The awards ceremony, now in its second-year in Poland, is part of an Elsevier global initiative aimed at supporting research and development, and helping advance scientific research across a broad range of disciplines.

The winning institutions in the six research disciplines are: University of Rzeszów - Agricultural Sciences; Gdynia Maritime University - Engineering and Technology; University of Rzeszów - Humanities; Medical University of Gdańsk - Medical Sciences; University of Zielona Góra - Natural Sciences; and Gdańsk University of Technology - Social Sciences.

The awards recognise institutions outstanding in their fields for high-quality research, while also contributing to the international visibility of the institution and Polish research overall.

The evaluation criteria are based on a combination of bibliometric indicators collected from Elsevier's SciVal. Indicators needed to reflect an increase in the number of publications in the most prestigious scientific journals, and showcase a high-level of international cooperation and impact, as measured by the Field-Weighted Citation Index. Universities whose authors published at least 50 publications in the period 2014-2016 in the given disciplines were considered for the award.

The winning institutions were honoured at a gala awards ceremony hosted by PEF.

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Journal of Dairy Science celebrates 100 years of progress
- 21 Nov 2017

The Journal of Dairy Science® (JDS), first published in 1917, is celebrating 100 years of progress. Since its first issue, the journal has published almost 30,000 articles and 200,000 pages. In the process, the work published in the journal has made a broad and invaluable contribution to scientific knowledge and to the production of a safe and affordable food supply.

The authors published in the first issue would recognise many current topics of research, but their work also laid the foundation for new fields of research they could not have foreseen. Topics unknown even 50 years ago are now standard areas for research and application.

To reflect on that century of research, the December issue of the journal's 100th volume contains the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews, a special 100th anniversary retrospective containing 30 focused reviews of progress in areas of research that are featured in JDS. The timelines in each review place major discoveries and events into historical context. A stand-alone reprint of the ADSA Foundation Collection of 100-Year Reviews is available from Elsevier for $35.00 plus the cost of shipping at https://elsstmj.directfrompublisher.com.

Although the special issue's review of past progress shows that we cannot always predict the future dividends of current research, it seems clear that the future will hold further integration of disparate fields of research, new methods of investigation, and new areas of research, and the Journal of Dairy Science will continue to be part of that scientific endeavour. As the journal enters a new century of publication, it celebrates its past and looks toward a future shaped by the scientists who will continue its scientific legacy.

The Journal of Dairy Science (JDS) is the official journal of the American Dairy Science Association®. The journal is co-published by Elsevier and FASS Inc. for the American Dairy Science Association. JDS readers represent education, industry, and government agencies in more than 70 countries, with interests in biochemistry, breeding, economics, engineering, environment, food science, genetics, microbiology, nutrition, pathology, physiology, processing, public health, quality assurance, and sanitation.

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Frost&Sullivan recognises Elsevier with 2017 North America Technology Innovation Award for its ExpertPathTM and STATdx®
- 20 Nov 2017

Frost&Sullivan has recognised Elsevier with the 2017 North America Technology Innovation Award for its ExpertPath and STATdx® industry-leading diagnostic support systems for pathologists and radiologists based on its recent analysis of clinical decision support systems (CDSS) for the pathology and radiology industry. An established leader in the CDSS market, Elsevier offers a variety of content sources integrated with evidence-based content for the care process to help improve patient outcomes.

Widely regarded as the 'Gold Standard' of radiology reference solutions, STATdx serves more than 50,000 users across 100 countries and is used in 99% of Academic Hospitals in North America. Written by renowned radiologists in each specialty, STATdx increases accuracy and confidence in diagnosing complex imaging cases and includes over 4,000 common and complex diagnoses, 200,000 expert-selected and annotated image examples, more than 1,300 differential diagnosis modules, 20,000 easily sortable patient cases with cine clips for select topics, and much more.

ExpertPath is an anatomic and clinical pathology online decision support solution that provides timely aid to today's pathologists in their quest to get every diagnosis right and provide critical information back to physicians and care teams. ExpertPath equips pathologists working under high pressure with the expert-based information needed for: diagnosing complex or unusual cases; examining a case in an unfamiliar specialty area; teaching students and residents; preparing for a lecture; and taking part in or preparing for a tumor board. Content includes differential diagnosis lists, ancillary tests, image galleries and specimen-handling protocols.

Elsevier's platform content is available in nine languages-Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, German, French, and Japanese-facilitating access for global users.

Elsevier is creating innovative products, such as STATdx and ExpertPath, providing physicians easy access to relevant information for improved clinical assessments. For this reason, Elsevier earns Frost&Sullivan's 2017 North America Technology Innovation Award.

Each year, Frost&Sullivan presents this award to the company that develops products with innovative features and functionality that are gaining rapid acceptance in the market. The award recognises the quality of the solutions and the customer value enhancements they enable.

Frost&Sullivan Best Practices awards recognise companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.

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