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MDPI journal Cancers accepted for Coverage in Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science)
- 20 Mar 2017

Academic open-access publisher Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) has announced that Cancers, an international, peer-reviewed open access journal on oncology, has been accepted for indexing in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), as well as BIOSIS Previews and Biological Abstracts. The coverage starts with volume 6 (2014); the articles will be available in Web of Science soon.

Cancers covers all strands of cancer research. The journal was founded by Prof. Dr. Robert H. Weiss from the University of California Davis in 2009. Since its inception, over 900 review and research articles have since been published in the journal.

From December 2015, Prof. Dr. Samuel C. Mok from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has been serving as Editor-in-Chief. He has been joined by Prof. Dr. David Wong, who is an Associate Editor for Cancers.

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Knowledge E materials science conference indexed in Web of Science
- 20 Mar 2017

Information resources and software solutions provider Knowledge E has announced its first conference proceedings indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science (formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).

The IV Sino-Russian ASRTU Symposium on Advanced Materials and Processing Technology was celebrated at Ural Federal University, Russia between the 23rd and 26th June, 2016. The conference was organized by the Association of Sino-Russian Technical Universities (ASRTU), Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU), Ural Federal University (UrFU), Pacific National University (PNU) and the proceedings have been published in KnE Materials Science.

Knowledge E launched their proprietary publishing platform in June, and have already successfully published over 400 conference papers organised into 6 subject series from researchers from USA, Germany, Malaysia, Russia, China, France, Spain, New Zealand, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Australia, United Kingdom and Portugal, in its first 8 months.

The Web of Science is one of the world's most prestigious and selective citation index and the Conference Proceedings Citation Index includes nearly 10,000,000 conference papers. Scholars around the world can easily find relevant studies once indexed which also counts the number of citations received by each paper.

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State Library Victoria selects Ex Libris Rosetta for digital asset management, collection, and preservation
- 06 Feb 2017

Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, has announced that State Library Victoria has chosen the Ex Libris Rosetta digital preservation system to manage its digital resources and sustain them in perpetuity. Rosetta will be replacing the library's DigiTool® digital asset management system.

State Library Victoria sought a system that would enable the library to collect, manage, and preserve digital assets. The ideal solution would integrate with the Library's other core systems and provide a smooth migration pathway. User experience was a key requirement: the system should allow the Library to provide intuitive, powerful, and playful digital interfaces for current and future users, enabling the development of new players according to the Library's needs.

Opened in 1856 as the Melbourne Public Library, State Library Victoria is Australia's oldest and busiest public library. Over the past 160 years, the Library has collected more than 4.9 million items, including books, manuscripts, serials, photographs, artworks, maps, and ephemera. More than 70,000 items are added to the Library's rich collection annually, and the Library leads the sector with its ambitious digitisation program. Every year, the Library welcomes over 1.9 million visitors in person and more than 4 million visits online.

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Four databases from Wanfang Data now Indexed in EBSCO Discovery ServiceTM
- 24 Jan 2017

EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and Wanfang Data have announced a new agreement to give researchers access to scholarly information from China through EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS). Metadata from four Chinese databases that contain more than 35 million records of journal articles, dissertations and conference papers is now available in EDS, the world's most-used research discovery tool.

Wanfang Data is a leading provider of electronic resources for Chinese studies, and indexes content from some of the most important published resources on Chinese culture, medicine, business, science and engineering. The databases that are now available are: China Local Gazetteers: nearly 27,000 Chinese gazetteer books published after 1949 that cover geographic and historic records of provinces and autonomous regions in China; China Online Journals: more than 2.4 million records for more than 7,700 core journals in China in a variety of disciplines; Dissertations of China: 2.7 million records for dissertations and Master's theses from Chinese research institutions from 1980 - to date; and Academic Conferences in China: 2.8 million records from conferences held in China since 1986.

According to Peter Kung, EBSCO Information Services Vice-President of Sales for Greater China, the agreement allows academic libraries to provide more Chinese resources to researchers.

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CLOCKSS Archive announces trigger of two journals for open access
- 10 Jan 2017

The CLOCKSS Archive has announced that BoneKEy Reports, published by Springer Nature on behalf of the International Bone and Mineral Society, and Tijdschrift voor tijdschrift¬studies (Journal for the Study of Periodical Media) published by Projectgroep Tijdschriftstudies and supported by Utrecht University Library Open Access Journals, have been triggered for open access by the CLOCKSS Board of Directors.

The trigger of BoneKEy Reports occurred after IBMS suspended its operations in late 2016 and the content would no longer be available online. The trigger of Tijdschrift voor tijdschrift¬studies occurred after it ceased publishing and was no longer available online.

The publications have been preserved in the CLOCKSS Archive and are available to the public for free via a Creative Commons license (http://www.clockss.org/clockss/Triggered_Content).

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