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Figshare announces first of many integrations with Dimensions
- 03 Aug 2018

Figshare, an online digital repository for academic research, has announced its first of many integrations with Dimensions, part of the Digital Science portfolio of products. Open data hosted on Figshare, which is associated with a publication, can be viewed directly within the Dimensions platform.

The integration allows for a more seamless experience for the Dimensions user by displaying associated data directly on the article details page using the Figshare Viewer, without the need to download any files. The technology, which is unique to Figshare, can preview over 1,200 different file types including data, videos, code, images and many other files that are commonly used in research.

Dimensions, which launched in January 2018, is a modern, innovative, linked research knowledge system that re-imagines discovery and access to research. Developed by Digital Science in collaboration with over 100 leading research organisations around the world, Dimensions brings together grants, publications, citations, alternative metrics, clinical trials and patents to deliver a platform that enables users to find and access the most relevant information faster, analyse the academic and broader outcomes of research, and gather insights to inform future strategy.

Every item on Figshare gets a unique DOI which is tracked by Altmetric for mentions across social media, news sites, blogs and grey literature. In addition to the data, downloads, views and citations of over 3 million files will now be available directly within the Dimensions platform to showcase the impact of supplemental data. All data will be openly available for academic reuse and licensed under a CC0, CC-BY and in some cases CC-BY-NC license. The integration is currently limited to publishers with Figshare for Publishers which includes Springer Nature, Sage, Wiley, Taylor and Francis, PLOS and Royal Society among many others. This is the first of many integrations between Figshare and Dimensions that will enrich the user experience on both platforms.

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Journal of Infusion Nursing call for manuscripts
- 02 Aug 2018

The editors of the Journal of Infusion Nursing (JIN) are seeking original manuscripts that present new research, clinical reviews, case studies, and professional development information relevant to the practice of infusion therapy. Articles undergo a process of double-blind peer review. Final selections represent the broad scope of the infusion specialty and draw on the expertise of all health care providers who participate in the delivery of infusion therapy.

JIN is the premier publication of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS). Published bimonthly, this scholarly journal provides up-to-date clinical information on new practices, case studies, techniques, and policies that affect the infusion nursing profession. A leading resource for infusion nurse specialists and other health care professionals for more than 41 years, JIN also contains biannual continuing education tests worth 4.5 contact hours or 10 Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI®) recertification units.

Author Guidelines are available at http://edmgr.ovid.com/jin/accounts/ifauth.htm. Interested parties may visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/jin/default.aspx for complete instructions to submit a manuscript.

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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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Digital Science launches Anywhere Access, offers immediate access to library e-resources wherever researchers start their discovery journeys
- 26 Jul 2018

Researchers can now experience open access (OA), subscription and on-demand content faster than ever before with Digital Science's Anywhere Access - the first cloud-based solution to bring one-click access to millions of full-text scholarly articles.

Access to full-text literature is an essential part of the research lifecycle, yet it remains one of the most time consuming and frustrating pain points for researchers, librarians and publishers. Integrating with existing library databases and tools, Anywhere Access gives researchers instant visibility and access to eligible content via 'View PDF' links that appear within dozens of popular discovery services, including Google Scholar, Pubmed, Dimensions, and Primo, as well as publisher and scholarly networking websites. As a result, users can effortlessly flow between search results and full-text.

Unlike earlier browser extension-based solutions, Anywhere Access is a managed cloud-based solution. It integrates with current library technologies including subscription holdings databases, link resolvers, EZproxies, and Single Sign-On (SSO) technologies to accelerate access to content wherever possible. Anywhere Access can be easily embedded into existing library websites and discovery tools, such as Primo. A library-branded browser extension supports workflows with popular discovery services and facilitates access to the best available version of content on and off campus.

In addition to providing one-click access to subscription and open access content, Anywhere Access offers unmediated document delivery capabilities, providing researchers immediate access to content outside of current subscriptions. Institutions may also choose to integrate existing ILL-services or third-party document delivery providers into the Anywhere Access workflow.

Anywhere Access provides libraries with real-time visibility into subscription usage, including alerts whenever exceptions occur between the library's knowledge base holdings and actual subscription access from publisher websites.

Ten institutions have signed on to Anywhere Access, including the University of Denver, California State University, Northridge and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

A unique feature of Anywhere Access is the ability to stream full-text directly into the point of discovery. The one-click access feature automatically fetches full-text from the best available source in the library's catalogue and streams it back to the user. Utilising the Enhanced PDF technology, pioneered by ReadCube, Anywhere Access seeks to provide readers with the latest 'Version of Record,' including supporting information and datasets, figures, linked online citations, article metrics as well as PDF annotation tools. Readers can easily save or print the PDF with annotations or export to popular reference management tools including Endnote, Mendeley, Readcube, Papers or Zotero.

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Annual Reviews publishes first biomedical data science review journal
- 25 Jul 2018

Non-profit publisher Annual Reviews has announced the publication of the inaugural volume of the Annual Review of Biomedical Data Science, its 50th publication.

Inaugural Co-Editors Russ B. Altman and Michael Levitt and the journal's Editorial Committee have invited recognised leaders to address broad challenges in the discipline. Contributors synthesise and analyse primary research addressing important new technologies for analysing biomedical data such as deep learning, text mining, network analysis, visualisation, privacy policy and technology, sequence analysis, protein-RNA interactions, molecular interaction networks, simulation of cells/tissues, challenges for mass spectrometry, clinical and genomic phenotyping, and cancer therapy resistance.

The Annual Review of Biomedical Data Science offers readers deeper discussion of novel methods to explore the unprecedented volume and velocity of genomic data, sensor data, and healthcare data. The articles will summarise progress and challenges, becoming an archival record and source of deep information about the contributions of data science to the larger biological and medical research landscape. As more biologists, physician-scientists, clinical trialists and others need this specialized knowledge, the journal will be invaluable to address the most pressing research challenges to accelerate scientific discovery and improve patient outcomes and health care.

The full volume is freely available online at https://www.annualreviews.org/journal/biodatasci for an initial preview period.

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