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Thieme unveils new discovery tool for synthetic chemistry methods
- 17 Aug 2018

Medical and scientific publishing house Thieme has announced the launch of SynOne, a new discovery tool that allows the scientific community to search, browse, and discover selected publications from the Thieme Chemistry portfolio. Organised systematically by compound classes to ensure easy access, SynOne links up content from journals and reference works - including SYNTHESIS, SYNLETT, SYNFACTS, Science of Synthesis and Pharmaceutical Substances. The innovative interface offers organic chemists fast access to relevant and reliable syntheses in context.

SynOne enables users to use novel and intuitive ways of browsing compound classes as well as search and discover selected Thieme Chemistry content. It is possible to search for molecules of interest and break them down into potential precursors. Users can identify useful functional groups and related compounds. SynOne's content is organised by compound classes, allowing for a systematic search - with a few clicks users can access reliable content relating to their chosen product class. The content can be browsed in tree view, grid view and map view.

Users can also search for content via metadata search terms or draw and upload structures. The search machine will then find all the relevant information sources enabling the researcher to start working on new ways of designing and constructing molecules.

Users can search for selected functional groups across several SynOne categories, for example, organometallics, hetarenes and hydrocarbons, as well as special topics. With a few clicks they have access to current awareness articles from SYNFACTS, primary literature journal articles in SYNTHESIS and SYNLETT, full-text synthetic methodology reviews in Science of Synthesis and encyclopedic information from Pharmaceutical Substances. In this way the chemist can get an interesting and accurate overview of a chosen topic very quickly. They can also identify new areas of interest as well as related information and reactions.

Searching SynOne is free and requires no registration. Full access to journal or database articles is available to users with individual or institutional subscriptions to the respective sources.

SynOne helps put synthesis in context. Each of the Thieme Chemistry publications covered in SynOne is supported by an editorial board of internationally renowned experts who ensure that chemical researchers are presented with the latest and - even more importantly - most relevant research in their fields.

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Knowledge Unlatched books now discoverable within PaperHive search
- 02 Jul 2018

Knowledge Unlatched (KU), the central platform for the sustainable funding of Open Access (OA) models, is now implemented in PaperHive's database. Readers can now use PaperHive's powerful search engine to search across all Knowledge Unlatched titles or browse within specific disciplines. More than 900 titles and 16 journals from a large variety of subjects including economics, political science, music and history can now be found as specific content groups within the platform. All Knowledge Unlatched books can be read, discussed, organised, and annotated on PaperHive.

To support OA publishing initiatives, PaperHive will be running a three month introductory offer for publishers with OA publishing programmes.

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1science launches its analytics and discovery platform 1findr
- 25 Apr 2018

1science has announced the general availability of its innovative analytics and discovery platform 1findr. 1findr aims to include all articles published in peer-reviewed journals, in all fields of research, in all languages and from every country. With both the free and the institutional editions offering twice as many open access articles as the leading competitor, 1findr is a giant leap in convenience, affordability and accessibility.

The free edition of 1findr takes on uncurated data sources such as Google Scholar, while the institutional edition cost-effectively replaces numerous specialised abstracting and indexing databases.

Both the free and the institutional editions comprise an initial curated collection of 90 million records. 1findr uses the systematic one-click download of open access articles pioneered by 1science in 2015: '1findr enables everyone to legally access 27 million green and gold open access articles harvested by 1science from thousands of renowned organisational sources and repositories such as arXiv, DOAJ and SciELO.'

The institutional edition offers a rapidly growing set of features that will appeal to both entry-level and power users, including organisation search and single-click multiple downloads for up to 50 full-text articles. 1findr will soon offer even more immersive searching, driven by expertly designed citation metrics and journal impact statistics.

1findr helps users work faster and more intelligently while radically expanding the breadth and depth of the peer-reviewed literature conveniently made available by librarians to their patrons.

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Wolters Kluwer Health expands local language search capabilities in Ovid Discovery
- 18 Apr 2018

Wolters Kluwer Health has announced an expansion of local language search capabilities in Ovid® Discovery that lets clinicians quickly and easily search evidence-based guidelines and other medical resources in German, Chinese, and six other languages.

Clinicians now have a single point of entry to search across a healthcare institution's information resources in eight languages. Ovid Discovery lets users enter a simple search and retrieve results from their organisation's library and electronic health record (EHR) system as well as up to 100 million other biomedical resources on the Ovid platform.

In partnership with Pschyrembel, German clinicians and researchers can now search Ovid in their native language and receive results in German and English. Clinicians and researchers in China can also search in their native language with integrated Simplified and Traditional Chinese dictionaries from UpToDate®.

Ovid Discovery also includes language dictionaries and controlled vocabulary thesauri in Dutch, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Portuguese. Native language search capabilities promote increased use of an institution's resource library. Clinicians can be more effective with faster and more accurate searches for the evidence-based and peer-reviewed information they need to make better-informed treatment and care decisions.

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Open Dissertations project from EBSCO Information Services and BiblioLabs goes live
- 09 Apr 2018

OpenDissertations.org, the project from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and BiblioLabs, has gone live. More than 800,000 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) are now available for public search and discovery, with more than one million expected by June.

EBSCO Open Dissertations is committed to providing open and free access to ETD metadata and content. In addition to the fully open website, EBSCO will include ETD metadata in EBSCO Discovery Service to facilitate access and improve content discovery for researchers. With more and more universities now hosting and distributing their own ETDs on the open web, EBSCO and BiblioLabs have created a service that freely aggregates and exposes this valuable content. EBSCO Open Dissertations extends access to any interested researchers worldwide and drives traffic to Institutional Repositories.

BiblioLabs CEO Mitchell Davis says the project is open to libraries around the world, and some of the first data made available for public search includes ETDs from across the U.K. that are included in the British Library's EThOS Service. As UKSG 2018 approaches, he says there could be no better time to launch.

More than 30 institutions from four continents are currently participating in the EBSCO Open Dissertations project. These institutions represent more than one million dissertations that will be searchable from www.opendissertations.org. Since the project was launched in November, more than 50 institutions have reached out to discuss the project and commit resources.

Opendissertations.org is the next step in an ongoing effort to open access to dissertations. In 2014, EBSCO and the H.W. Wilson Foundation created American Doctoral Dissertations, which contained indexing from the H.W. Wilson print publication, Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities, 1933-1955. In 2015, the H.W. Wilson Foundation agreed to support the expansion of the scope of the American Doctoral Dissertations database to include records for dissertations and theses from 1955 to the present with the goal of creating a single portal for ETDs which could be added to university profiles and accessed online.

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