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Wiley and Clarivate Analytics partner to launch new open peer review workflow
- 14 Sep 2018

John Wiley and Sons Inc., a global leader in education and scholarly research; Publons, a peer review platform; and ScholarOne, a manuscript submission system, have announced the launch of the scholarly industry's first scalable open peer review workflow. Academic journals have faced a number of practical difficulties to adopt such models, hindered by complex and established workflows. Through this partnership, Wiley, ScholarOne, and Publons - both part of Clarivate Analytics - have developed a robust and seamless solution to these challenges.

Beginning with Wiley's prestigious journal Clinical Genetics, this is the first open peer review initiative to develop a scalable model applicable to diverse publishing processes. The comprehensive workflow provides alignment to best-practice data privacy regulation, ensuring the individual preferences of authors, peer reviewers and journals are met.

The new workflow enables transparent publication of an article's complete peer review process - from initial review and response through to revision and final publication decision. Alongside the published article, readers can now review a comprehensive peer review history. Each element of the peer review process has also been assigned its own digital object identifier (DOI), enabling future authors to easily reference and cite relevant peer review content.

This initiative will roll out to other journals, publishers and submission systems in the future, in line with Publons' publisher-neutral stance.

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Elsevier and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists collaborate to improve productivity for global oil and gas exploration teams
- 14 Jun 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced that content from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) is now available in Geofacets, Elsevier's information solution for exploration and development. AAPG is the leading professional association for geoscientists, engineers, and oil and gas professionals working in upstream exploration. The addition of its content will significantly enhance the Geofacets portfolio, which currently offers approximately 1.8 million maps, figures and tables from over 100 publications.

Exploration teams can leverage Geofacets' unique technological and search capabilities to discover and integrate must-have maps, figures and data from select AAPG publications into their basin and petroleum system models. With the combination of AAPG and Geofacets content, exploration teams now have access to 90 percent of the relevant unstructured published data and information used in the industry. With Geofacets, exploration teams spend less time searching, formatting and integrating data, and more time on analysis and interpretation.

Geofacets is a geoscience solution that enables comprehensive, in-depth research of surface and subsurface geology, regardless of the individual specialties or information needs of geoscientists. Geofacets allows helping companies of all sizes to prioritize opportunities, optimise resources, and manage risk. Visual search lets oil and gas companies assess locations at a glance.

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Elsevier expands Geofacets, adds content from the Indonesian Petroleum Association
- 05 Jun 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced an expansion of Geofacets, its information solution for exploration and development, with the addition of content from the Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA). Elsevier's collaboration with the IPA will double the amount of information available to users in Indonesia by increasing the current number of maps and data assets by 10,000, helping reduce exploration risk in the region.

Indonesia retains vast oil and gas reserves including seven billion barrels of oil and 150 trillion cubic feet of gas, valued at approximately 120 billion USD. Yet many of the country's existing fields are aging and late in their lifecycle. Geoscientists need access to a wider range of accurate data assets to gain actionable insights to discover and assess the potential of new extraction sites.

Indonesia urgently needs new oil and gas reserves, as demand increases and production from mature fields decreases, according to Gilad Hoshen, Senior Product Manager of Geofacets at Elsevier.

The initial 3,000 plus maps are from the Proceedings of the Indonesian Petroleum Association (2010-present) and were available on April 26. Additional content will be added by July 2018, raising the total number of available maps, figures, and tables in Geofacets to over 1.75 million.

Geofacets helps oil and gas companies prioritise opportunities, optimise resources, and manage risk. It combines a vast, vetted library of maps, figures and tables with powerful location-based search, so companies find information fast.

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Elsevier and PerkinElmer announce strategic collaboration to enable faster, more intuitive chemistry research
- 08 May 2018

Elsevier, the information analytics business specialising in science and health, has announced a strategic collaboration with PerkinElmer. The first phase of this collaboration will see the integration of Elsevier's flagship chemistry database, Reaxys, with PerkinElmer's ChemDraw® software. The ChemDraw® JS software will be available directly through Reaxys, allowing academic and industry users to access the structure editor from within Reaxys to create publication-ready drawings, and simplifying access to a range of commonly used features.

Following this initial phase, Elsevier and PerkinElmer intend to integrate Reaxys into ChemDraw Desktop, enabling Reaxys subscribers to draw structures in ChemDraw and immediately search for them in the Reaxys database. Elsevier and PerkinElmer anticipate that the integration with ChemDraw JS will be available Q2 2018, with the ChemDraw Desktop integration expected to be launched in Q4 2018.

The integration of Reaxys and ChemDraw demonstrates a recognition from both Elsevier and PerkinElmer of how important world-class digital tools are to modern chemists and researchers, whether in academia or industry. This demand has been underlined by recent research from Elsevier showing that 84 percent of chemists believe having the facility to use digital tools was either 'critical' or 'very important' to their progression in the field. This integration is the beginning of a strategic collaboration to help provide the best possible research tools to scientists around the world.

The integration will provide users with greater flexibility and seamless workflow transitions by allowing them to use their preferred structure editor directly within Reaxys whenever they wish to create graphics for publication or queries for chemistry search solutions, rather than having to adapt or be trained on a new tool. It also gives users multiple ways to initiate a structure search depending on their particular needs for each task. With the introduction of ChemDraw into Reaxys, organisations can spend less time training chemists to master different tools, resulting in lower costs and increased productivity per user.

Reaxys contains more than 240 years of unparalleled chemistry content, including 105 million organic, inorganic and organometallic compounds, 42 million chemical reactions, 500 million published experimental facts, 16,000 chemistry-related periodicals and six indexing sources for a cross-disciplinary view of chemistry.

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Elsevier unveils new version of Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry, facilitates better connections between biological and chemical data
- 07 Jun 2017

Elsevier, the information analytics company specializing in science and health, has released a new version of Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry to improve the discoverability and extraction of relevant chemistry data - more than twice as fast as any other solution. The new release has undergone significant usability improvements to deliver a more streamlined and intuitive user interface. This allows any level of user - from beginner to expert - to use the solution with ease. In addition, enhancements have also been made to search functionality, powered by machine learning algorithms.

The updates mean Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry is more accessible to a broader audience, helping researchers make better connections between chemical compounds and bioactivity data, and enabling the shortest path from research question to answer.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry now also contains an improved 'query builder' with predefined forms containing values and parameters, enabling all levels of users to conduct complex searches. Further, the 'bioactivity table' of results is now presented in a far more dynamic way, showing all possible interpretations of a search query on an intermediary results screen. Drug likeness properties can be displayed via a table or graph, depending on users' needs; the 'heat map' of results now also displays in full-screen view and loads results more quickly than before. These changes to the user interface and functionality help users better visualize and navigate results - allowing them to preview findings, see options they might not have considered and select the result set that best fits their needs.

The new release also extends the range of content used as a source of index terms, allowing users to retrieve compound structure, property and reaction data from the full text of more than 18,000 journals, as well as the full range of patent content. The new Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry is available from June 2nd.

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Corista and Elsevier collaborate to enhance digital pathology workflow
- 07 Mar 2017

Integrated pathology solutions provider Corista has announced its collaboration with STM publisher Elsevier. Corista will offer direct access to Elsevier's ExpertPathTM and ImmunoQuery® from within the Pathology DashboardTM of its award-winning DP3® comprehensive digital pathology workflow suite. DP3 is used by major medical organisations to improve the tumor board process, conduct remote location consults, and integrate pathology workflow with existing digital systems, including all whole slide scanner platforms and laboratory information systems.

Demonstrations are available at the ongoing USCAP 2017 Annual Meeting in San Antonio March 6-8 in Booth 226.

ExpertPath enhances the capabilities of Corista's DP3 digital pathology platform by placing immediate access to subspecialty expertise within easy reach. This online tool offers a diagnostic decision support system that gives pathologists access to the collective experience of over 100 world-renowned subspecialists. Expertise is offered in every field of anatomic and clinical pathology via an extensive, searchable library of over 50,000 high-quality annotated images from every body site – images that span the continuum from normal to over 4,000 different disease states. Images include both gross and photomicrographs, covering H&E, EM, immunohistochemical, and immunofluorescent preparations. For clinical correlation, additional images include those from intraoperative, endoscopic, and radiologic sources. Key information, such as differential lists, ancillary tests, and specimen-handling protocols, is also provided for all AP and CP areas.

Elsevier's ImmunoQuery® also augments Corista's DP3, as it draws on results of over a million cases from peer-reviewed literature to provide statistically significant expert guidance on both selection and interpretation of immunostained specimens. From a tumor of unknown primary origin panel to an individual differential diagnosis, and from building a prognostic panel to assessing response to targeted therapies, ImmunoQuery provides real-time expert consultative assistance in choosing the most appropriate antibodies and reporting the most accurate results.

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Elsevier announces new release of Reaxys
- 19 Oct 2016

STM publisher Elsevier has announced the launch of the new release of Reaxys, a chemistry research experience that delivers relevant literature and data more than twice as fast as any other solution. The new Reaxys combines a highly streamlined user interface with search and indexing enhancements powered by machine learning algorithms to ensure maximum discoverability. In addition, the release includes more compounds and patent content from Asia and easier integration with existing informatics environments.

Built by chemistry, content and technology experts, the new Reaxys raises the standard in speed and simplicity for all chemistry tools in the market. It introduces improvements that are particularly useful for novice users while also enhancing the capabilities that experienced users rely on.

A streamlined and intuitive user interface with Quick Search options and a drag-and-drop Query Builder interface helps all users quickly search for literature or compound properties using keywords, structure or reaction drawings, molecular formula building, and more. Enhanced literature search streamlines inputs into one search field and includes NLP author name recognition. Inclusion of Asian-language patents data from China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea are key sources of unique compounds in high demand with chemists. Extending the range of searchable content to include Reaxys index terms and compounds from more than 15,000 chemistry-related periodicals-the familiar deep manual indexing and excerption of compound properties, reactions and synthesis procedures from the core 450 chemistry journals has now been supplemented with a novel, rules-based automated content enrichment to broaden coverage.

New API and data integration capabilities that make it easier for chemoinformaticians, medicinal chemists and computational chemists to query the Reaxys database through their chosen system and export data to modelling tools.

Beta testers have confirmed that the new Reaxys is the next generation for chemistry search. With this latest release, Reaxys now contains over 240 years of unparalleled chemistry content, including: 105 million organic, inorganic and organometallic compounds, 41 million chemical reactions, 500 million published experimental facts, 16,000 chemistry related periodicals, and six indexing sources for a cross-disciplinary view of chemistry.

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ProQuest's new RefWorks® reference management platform to streamline the research and collaboration process
- 21 Jun 2016

ProQuest has launched its new RefWorks® reference management platform, simplifying and improving research and collaboration workflows. With full-text management and tools for collaboration, the new RefWorks platform addresses the needs of students, faculty and librarians with an innovative feature set. Libraries that offer this powerful service to their constituents have access to administrative controls that help their institutions respect intellectual property rights, professional support for themselves and their end-users, and analytics that provide a consistent source of information on patron and content usage.

A first release, which debuted to early adopters since January, integrated robust technologies familiar to current RefWorks subscribers with cutting-edge functionality including validation, correction and enhancement of citations by leveraging the proprietary 2.6 billion record; Summon®discovery service index; a modern, citation-style editor with a WYSIWYG interface to overcome the hurdles to implementing customized output styles; built-in PDF reader with full annotation and collaboration capabilities, enabling individuals and teams to work more effectively, within and beyond their institution; sharing controls which empower the library to determine how full-text is managed within the platform – ensuring respect for copyright obligations; and new add-ins for the Microsoft Store for Office 2016 and Google Docs, which overcome the traditional 'downloadbarrier' in many institutions and ensures students have flexibility in their writing environments.

The most recent iteration of the new platform, released in June 2016 includes a variety of collection management and usability improvements. The new RefWorks platform builds on the success of the original - a market leader for 15 years - with improvements guided by feedback from customer development partners. These newest features follow on the heels of a release in April 2016, which delivered single sign-on, custom fields label management and rich text support for metadata.

RefWorks is designed to help libraries help their users. It goes beyond other reference management systems to enable researchers to save time and realize superior results in the creation of research papers. As a pure cloud service, it requires no data synching and provides a uniform interface and feature set across all library platforms.

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WuXi AppTec adopts Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry to support research and expansion ambitions
- 14 Jun 2016

STM publisher Elsevier has announced that WuXi AppTec, the world's largest Contract Research Outsourcing (CRO) provider, has adopted Reaxys® and Reaxys® Medicinal Chemistry. More than 3,500 chemists across WuXi will use the products to support their synthetic chemistry and medicinal chemistry research, giving them quick and easy access to state of the art chemistry information. The deal also supports WuXi's ambitions to expand and move into newer areas, such as medicinal chemistry, and to build strong technology platforms.

By extracting and indexing more than 500 million experimental details, the Reaxys platform provides the most robust system for searching published, reviewed data, along with the ability to utilise data in the manner that most suits researchers' workflows and needs. Reaxys, with its recent expansion of chemistry data and capabilities, encompassing content from over 16,000 periodicals, provides the deepest and richest fact-base of experimentally measured chemistry data.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry offers access to data from a vast repository of peer-reviewed journal articles and patents, and is interoperable with Reaxys. Both solutions also integrate with technology from other vendors, allowing WuXi to incorporate its own data and content. Coupled with the flexibility of its search function and the way results are presented, this will enable chemists to more effectively examine the reactions and relationships between different compounds, supporting WuXi's continued growth in medicinal chemistry, and its novel pharma R&D business.

The five-year agreement between Elsevier and WuXi took effect in December 2015, and consists of an unlimited license for both solutions that covers all WuXi sites. Established for over 13 years, WuXi AppTec has operations in both China and the United States, with over 3 million square feet of laboratory and manufacturing space.

The Reaxys® solutions empower early discovery in drug development with access to over 500 million published experimental facts on compounds, reactions and bioactivity, including structure-activity relationship (SAR) data supporting hit identification, lead optimization and synthesis planning.

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Kudos announces partners with Thomson Reuters’ ScholarOne to help authors explain their research articles
- 11 May 2016

Kudos, a service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, has announced a partnership with Thomson Reuters' ScholarOne manuscript submission and peer review system to facilitate the capture and dissemination of plain language summaries of research articles. Plain language explanations of research help to broaden usage of research by increasing the discoverability of works, and enabling them to be understood by wider audiences.

Through this pilot, ScholarOne and Kudos will enable authors of six participating publishers to add a plain language explanation of their work during the submission and acceptance workflow; integrating Kudos into existing article workflows in this way will make it quicker and easier for authors to begin the process of increasing readership, and encourage more authors to do so. Summaries added via ScholarOne are then automatically passed to Kudos and made available to the author to create a profile page for their publication on the Kudos platform – helping them promote their work and build readership.

Publishers participating in this pilot are: Bioscientifica, The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery – publishers of The Bone & Joint Journal, Canadian Science Publishing, Emerald Group Publishing, Future Science Group and Wiley.

The summaries collected by ScholarOne are passed to Kudos when an article is accepted and then held under embargo until the article is formally published, at which point the author is invited to use Kudos tools to manage wider outreach and ensure people find, read and apply or cite their publications. Summaries are not only displayed on the Kudos site, but also indexed, syndicated or linked to by search engines, abstracting & indexing services and publisher or institutional websites.

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Elsevier announces further integration of Geofacets with Petrel E&P software platform and Studio E&P knowledge environment via Studio WorldMap
- 27 Apr 2016

STM publisher Elsevier has announced a further integration of Geofacets with Petrel E&P software platform and Studio E&P knowledge environment via Studio WorldMap. Through the integration with Studio WorldMap, users of Petrel 2015 will immediately preview hundreds of thousands of geologically significant maps and articles sourced from Geofacets' vast database without interrupting their workflow.

Oil & gas companies face progressively technical and data-heavy environments. Combining data and analysis capabilities together reduces the cumbersome and time-intensive exploration research process, while increasing the variety of validated geologic information within the Petrel platform exposes geoscientists to content and insights they may never have considered searching before.

Through Studio WorldMap, all Petrel users will now be able to see the locations of Geofacets map data on the Petrel platform's interactive map interface. They will also see geologic information about each map, such as associated basins, along with an image of the map.

Geofacets' initial collaboration with Schlumberger was announced in 2014 with the launch of the Geofacets Connector for the Petrel platform and the Studio environment. This plug-in allows users of both the Petrel platform and Geofacets users to search for and download georeferenced maps into 2D and 3D geological and geophysical models created in the Petrel platform.

Geofacets is a geoscience solution that enables efficient and thorough analysis of subsurface geology to empower confident natural resource exploration decisions and research. With a unique combination of expertly-curated and trusted geologic maps, geoscience and location-based map search, and the inclusion of georeferenced maps for seamless integration into GIS, modelling and presentation software, Geofacets helps leading companies and institutions worldwide enhance geologic knowledge, make critical exploration decisions and increase productivity.

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Elsevier adds more than 14,000 geologic maps from leading SEG journals to its Geofacets platform
- 04 Apr 2016

STM publisher Elsevier has announced that thousands of maps sourced from Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) journals are now available in Geofacets, its online geoscience solution.

With the addition of more than 14,000 SEG maps that are easily discoverable, Geofacets provides exploration teams with an expanded range of essential geoscience information required for making accurate subsurface interpretations, increasing confidence and reducing risk associated with assessing new prospects and potential development opportunities.

Map content added to Geofacets is from three leading SEG journals: Geophysics, The Leading Edge and Interpretation, the last of which the Society co-publishes with the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG). The content provides Geofacets users with further map-based data, ranging from seismology observations to subsurface interpretations in addition to information regarding innovations and developments in geophysics. This integration increases Geofacets' content portfolio to more than 600,000 maps.

Geofacets is a geoscience solution that empowers natural resource-exploration geoscientists and researchers with comprehensive, in-depth research of subsurface geology and integration capabilities. Geoscientists are able to enhance their knowledge and insights by accessing georeferenced maps from trusted, scientific sources. With the Geofacets Connector, maps can be seamlessly integrated into Schlumberger's Petrel* E&P Software Platform and a variety of GIS platforms, including ESRI's ArcGIS™. This enables stronger analyses and confident decision-making in a high-stakes environment.

SEG joins other organisations - including the American Geophysical Union through Wiley, the Geological Society of London, the SEPM/Society for Sedimentary Geology, the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG), and the Geological Society of America - in providing geoscientists with seamless access to maps sourced from a number of its geoscience publications. SEG members can soon access a special version of Geofacets containing SEG maps only; this Millennium Edition will allow members to quickly access SEG maps sourced from 2000 to present.

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Thomson Reuters partners with Overleaf to simplify journal publishing submission process
- 06 Nov 2015

Thomson Reuters, an intelligent information provider for scholarly publishers, partners with Overleaf, an online Rich Text and LaTeX collaborative writing and publishing tool. This new partnership will allow authors to directly submit manuscripts created in the Overleaf platform to the thousands of journals that use the Thomson Reuters - ScholarOne submission and peer review system.

The ScholarOne and Overleaf integration will greatly simplify the submission process for authors while helping journals capture structured manuscript metadata, composed PDF documents, and correctly compiled LaTeX files.

Publishers who work with Overleaf and/or ScholarOne can now offer their authors the value-add of a 1-click submission process. Authors can write, collaborate and submit to a journal, all from within the Overleaf platform. This simplified workflow is easy to set up and implement and provides an elegant solution to author submission frustration.

This new submission option will be available December 2015 - several major international publishers have already signed up to use the integration upon its release.

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More than 80,000 geological maps added to Elsevier's Geofacets platform
- 11 Sep 2015

STM publisher Elsevier has announced that select content from some of the American Geophysical Union's (AGU) leading journals is now available in Geofacets. This addition of 80,000 maps will further increase the amount of essential geological information in the database, helping geoscientists make more informed interpretations and gain greater confidence in their recommendations and decisions regarding investments in new exploration opportunities.

Content to be added to Geofacets includes maps from around the globe, ranging from geologic to those with more specialised disciplines, such as tectonics, geophysics, geochemistry and oceanography. The content is sourced from eight AGU journals, including Tectonics, Journal of Geophysical Research (e.g., Earth Surface, Biogeosciences), Paleoceanography and Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. This integration will increase Geofacets' content portfolio to more than 550,000 maps by the end of 2015.

Geofacets is a geoscience solution that enables comprehensive, in-depth research of subsurface geology. By providing georeferenced maps from trusted scientific sources that can be seamlessly integrated into GIS, modelling and presentation software, geoscientists will be able to enhance their geologic knowledge and insight.

Following an agreement with Wiley in January 2015, AGU joins other organisations including the Geological Society of London, the SEPM/Society for Sedimentary Geology, the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG), and the Geological Society of America in providing geoscientists seamless access to maps sourced from a subset of its publications. As part of the collaboration, AGU members will also have access to a special Millennium Edition of Geofacets.

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Elsevier announces enhancements to Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry
- 01 Jul 2015

STM publisher Elsevier has announced enhancements to Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry that address the critical workflow and data challenges of early drug discovery. Improved discoverability and usability features for Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry, combined with Elsevier's ability to integrate in-house proprietary data, will significantly improve the efficiency of a variety of data-intensive tasks such as in-silico screening.

Establishing reliable compound and bioactivity data for hit identification, hit-to-lead and lead optimisation during the drug development process is time-consuming and resource intensive. The latest enhancements available from Elsevier solutions make it easier for chemists to identify chemical entities with similar structures across multiple content sources. Users now have a variety of possibilities for retrieving high-quality data for in-silico screening and phenotype screening, offering a faster, more cost-effective and accurate alternative to conventional laboratory-based lead optimization research.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry includes access to the world's largest database of compound bioactivity. It contains 25 million bioactivity data points making it a comprehensive single source for detailed and high-quality information on small molecules.

Enhancements include: improved content discoverability with the addition of new bio-taxonomies; efficient search with "Ask Reaxys" natural language search technology; new filters for the heatmap; and better workflow integration.

Existing Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry customers were upgraded to the latest version on June 30, 2015.

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Elsevier in deal to integrate over 100,000 maps from Wiley's leading journals into the Geofacets platform
- 06 Jan 2015

STM publisher Elsevier has announced an agreement with Wiley to integrate more than 100,000 maps from Wiley's leading journals into the Geofacets platform. The content integration will increase the amount of trusted data available to geoscientists, helping them to make better-informed decisions in exploration, as well as improve recommendations that influence company investments in new exploration opportunities.

Content to be added include fundamental geologic maps, petroleum geoscience maps, geophysical maps and specialized maps, such as those focused on sedimentology and geochemistry. The content is from 26 Wiley journals, published on behalf of several society partners (including the American Geophysical Union,). This will increase Geofacets' content portfolio to more than 500,000 maps extracted from almost 200,000 associated articles by the end of the year.

Geofacets is Elsevier's premier research tool for geoscientists working in natural resource exploration. Geofacets extracts geologic maps from trusted, peer-reviewed publications, making content easier to find and integrate with other data. Users will have seamless access to multi-disciplinary content extracted from Wiley journals and maps including high impact journals such as Basin Research, the Journal of Petroleum Geology, and Sedimentology and journals published on behalf of the American Geophysical Union including Geophysical Research Letters, Reviews of Geophysics, Journal of Geophysical Research and Paleoceanography.

The collaboration builds further on earlier contributions to Geofacets from organisations including the Geological Society of London in October 2011, the SEPM/Society for Sedimentary Geology in September 2012, the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) in February 2013 and the Geological Society of America in October 2013.

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Thomson Reuters announces new initiative to integrate Ringgold’s Identify into ScholarOne Manuscripts
- 17 Dec 2014

The Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced an initiative to advance efficiency and precision in scholarly publishing by integrating Ringgold's Identify - the industry's leading institutional identification database - into ScholarOne Manuscripts, the premier journal and peer review tool for scholarly publishers and societies.

This collaboration will accelerate the scholarly publishing process by easing the previously cumbersome task of accurately identifying the institutional affiliation of authors and reviewers.

The integration of Identify will enable ScholarOne Manuscripts users to quickly disambiguate complex institutional data and ensure accuracy by seamlessly connecting to more than 400,000 institutional records.

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Thomson Reuters and CCC collaboration to advance OA publishing
- 14 Oct 2014

The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced a collaboration with Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), a global licensing and content solutions organisation, to streamline the Open Access publishing workflow with an integrated solution for article processing charges (APCs) through ScholarOne Manuscripts, the premier journal and peer review tool for scholarly publishers and societies.

CCC's RightsLink for Open Access will integrate into ScholarOne Manuscripts, providing authors with a secure, end-to-end solution for Open Access article submission and peer review, including the management of APCs. Historically, APC fee processing has been a cumbersome, manual and costly part of the Open Access publishing process.

ScholarOne Manuscripts is an innovative peer-review and online submission platform for scholarly publishers. It offers publishers the ability to balance the need for comprehensive information gathering and workflow management with an author's desire to quickly submit an article. ScholarOne Manuscripts integrates submission, correspondence, review, reporting and user management within one intuitive platform.

RightsLink for Open Access streamlines the entire author fee transaction by seamlessly integrating with editorial and production workflows. Open Access charges, page charges, colour charges – at every step, RightsLink ensures that critical research gets published as quickly as possible.

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Thomson Reuters and BMJ Publishing collaborate to optimise peer review process
- 15 Sep 2014

The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced a collaboration with British Medical Journals (BMJ), a publisher of healthcare research, to optimise the efficiency of the article peer-review process and solve the industry-wide problem of reviewer fatigue by utilizing ScholarOne Reviewer Locator, an extension of ScholarOne Manuscripts, the innovative peer-review and online submission program for scholarly publishers.

As part of ScholarOne Manuscripts, Reviewer Locator enables BMJ and its publishing partners to quickly and easily identify the most appropriate peer reviewers through a complex search algorithm that identifies article level meta-data in Web of Science - the premier scientific search and discovery platform and the industry's authority in science, social science, and arts and humanities citation indexes - to find reviewers with established publication records. Reviewer Locator then automatically recommends potential peer reviewers based on this analysis. Editors of BMJ journals use these recommendations to supplement their already-established networks of reviewers, to find the most appropriate reviewers and avoid over-working their core reviewer pool, leading to faster turnaround times for authors and more informative reviews.

As part of ScholarOne Manuscripts's commitment to increasing the efficiency of the scholarly publishing process, Reviewer Locator helps to quickly find qualified reviewers, enabling editors to make stronger publishing decisions and develop the best possible content.

ScholarOne Manuscripts is an innovative peer review and online submission program for scholarly publishers. It offers publishers the ability to balance the need for comprehensive information gathering with an author's desire to quickly submit an article. ScholarOne Manuscripts integrates manuscript invitation, submission, correspondence, reviewer management, reporting and user data management within one intuitive platform.

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Elsevier launches Geofacets Connector for Schlumberger Petrel and Studio, makes exploration seamless for Geoscientists
- 27 Jun 2014

STM publisher Elsevier has announced the launch of Geofacets Connector for Schlumberger Petrel and Studio. Geofacets Connector for Petrel and Studio integrates hundreds of thousands of maps and associated papers seamlessly with the Petrel platform's analysis and workflow tools.

Using Geofacets Connector for Petrel and Studio, geoscientists can query a specific area or topic and, via a single interface, combine geo-referenced maps and scientific data from Geofacets with 2D and 3D geological and geophysical models created on the Petrel platform. This integration not only provides a more detailed overview of a region when investigating ways to develop and improve yields, but it also enables users to validate proprietary data with external insights from trusted sources including the Geological Society of America, the Geological Society of London, the Society for Sedimentary Geology and the Society of Economic Geologists. Geoscientists tasked with the discovery and analysis of oil and gas reserves in upstream exploration can therefore make quicker decisions and more confidently assess risks relating to exploration projects.

The impact of this technology integration is significant and far reaching, with the potential to improve the efficiency of workflow as well as the effectiveness of research earlier in the exploration process.

The Geofacets Connector for Petrel and Studio is designed to address the evolving ways in which geoscientists work in the 21st century. By seamlessly integrating content and analysis within one platform, Geofacets Connector for Petrel and Studio removes the need to consult multiple sources and tools when performing analysis. Geoscientists will now have access to the best of both worlds – content and analysis tools – on a single platform.

The Geofacets Connector for Petrel and Studio will be available from July 10, 2014.

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Thomson Reuters collaborates with Durham University to drive success of its scientific research programs
- 20 May 2014

The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced a collaboration with the United Kingdom's Durham University to streamline the institution's scholarly information management data and workflow through Thomson Reuters CONVERIS, a comprehensive research management system providing pre-and-post-award and open-access repository management to support the entire spectrum of the research lifecycle.

This strategic toolset will provide Durham University with a holistic view of its research activity alongside research analytics, enabling the University to make better informed decisions to drive future success of its research strategy and associated activity and programs. CONVERIS supports universities, research institutions and funding agencies in collecting and managing data throughout the research workflow with several insight modules, which currently includes pre- & post-award management, publications management, graduate student management, IP portfolio management, data integration and research analytics. The solution collects and curates digital output and streamlines communication between researchers and administrators throughout the research lifecycle with easily adaptable modules that all stakeholders contribute to and from which they take information.

CONVERIS recently became part of the Thomson Reuters scientific solutions portfolio following the company's December 2013 acquisition of AVEDAS, a German-based organization specializing in the development and implementation of research information systems.

Already available as a bundled offering, CONVERIS will soon offer a seamless integration with InCites™, the leading web-based research analytics platform enabling institutions to measure research output and impact, monitor trends, and benchmark performance against peers at the individual, departmental and global levels. InCites is leveraging CONVERIS research management capabilities through its advanced bibliometric reporting to strengthen the support along the research lifecycle.

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Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry’ comprehensive database with new search features, refined user-interface and integration with Reaxys enables scientists to explore new drug candidates
- 13 May 2014

STM publisher Elsevier has announced that Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry now offers the world's largest medicinal chemistry database. Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry enables researchers to quickly and confidently identify the most promising compounds to take forward in the drug discovery process by covering critical areas for medicinal chemistry research, including in vivo animal studies, in vitro efficacy, drug pharmacokinetics and toxicity data.

The Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry database contains 25 million bioactivity data points, making it the largest such dataset, with corresponding bioassays on 5.1 million unique substances compiled from 320,000 medicinal chemistry publications and patents, fully indexed and normalized.

Users who subscribe to both Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry will have a comprehensive view of the most relevant bioactivity data and be able to explore the structures and physiochemical properties of other known compounds, via a single integrated interface. With access to the automatic synthesis pathway generator, users can immediately start to work on selected substances. This will facilitate workflows from lead identification to compound synthesis and enable scientists to generate new drug ideas by exploring the chemical space of new compounds.

Additional new features include flexible search options; heatmap view; and improved sharing and integration.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry customers upgraded to the latest version on May 11th.

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Elsevier announces availability of Reaxys tool’s new version
- 17 Apr 2014

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the availability of a new version of Reaxys, which offers a refined user interface with new search functionality that facilitates queries and expedites research.

Using Reaxys, chemists can more easily find relevant and reliable answers without having to learn how to design complex queries. Built by chemists for chemists, the design of Reaxys reflects how users search for answers and the context of the terms they use.

Features of the new search tool include.

Ask Reaxys: allows users to search by keyword phrase via a search bar that reflects the simplicity of internet searches. Reaxys search algorithms return the most appropriate result from documents, compounds, reactions or properties.

ReaxysTree: allows users to browse the Reaxys bibliographic content using a familiar, tree-like visualisation of the data organisation, facilitating the discovery of previously unknown connections and the ability to generate new ideas.

Formula Builder: supports users in creating complex queries for inorganic and organometallic substances more easily.

Reaxys customers were automatically upgraded to the new version on April 14th.

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Karo Bio opts for Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry to support chemists in research and development
- 11 Jul 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced that Karo Bio, a developer of innovative drugs for large medical needs, has started to use Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry. Karo Bio has chosen the solutions to support its chemists in their research and development objectives, ensuring they have quick and easy access to state of the art chemistry information.

Reaxys, with its recent expansion of chemistry data and capabilities now encompassing content of over 16,000 periodicals, is recognised by users as having the deepest and richest fact-base of experimentally measured chemistry data. Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry offers access to data from a vast repository of peer-reviewed journal articles and patents and is interoperable with Reaxys.

Adding this content to Karo Bio's information sources means that chemists will have readily available access to relevant information. That, coupled with the flexibility of the search function and the way results are presented, will enable chemists to more quickly identify and prioritise viable compounds, helping reduce the time it takes to bring innovative drugs to market.

Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry are part of Elsevier Life Science Solutions, a suite of interoperable, domain-specific, decision support tools which span the discovery and development workflow; including ScienceDirect, Scopus, TargetInsights, Pathway Studio, PharmaPendium, QUOSA and Embase.

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Thomson Reuters previews ScholarOne Web Services
- 02 Jul 2013

The Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced the preview of ScholarOne Web Services, an innovative addition to industry-leading publishing solution ScholarOne.

ScholarOne Web Services is a holistic approach to integration that will enable publishers to uncover connections between shared research and its impact in the broader world of scholarship. The new resource's content, tools and services will help publishers remain on the pulse of their journal's field of research and streamline the publishing process to deliver critical and influential content to the market quickly.

Through this initiative, Thomson Reuters continues its commitment to scalable solutions rather than utilising web services to only support specific objectives or integrations. Amenities such as ScholarOne Web Services are designed to accommodate every customer need and budget, from freely available options offered as part of a subscription to paid services that support more specific requirements.

ScholarOne Web Services provides integration with ORCID, which allows clients to verify and map individuals to their work and automate administrative tasks, allowing for better-informed publishing decisions; and FundRef, which allows clients to capture unique funding identifiers and grant numbers as part of the submission process and include funding identifiers and grant numbers in published articles.

ScholarOne Web Services will also provide the option to extend connectivity with the Reviewer Locator, which allows clients to search the industry-leading Web of Science for appropriate reviewers, preventing review fatigue and accelerating the time to publish.

Beginning with the support for the FundRef taxonomy in September, components of the ScholarOne Web Services offering will continue to be released over the course of 2013.

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Elsevier provides five Czech universities with access to Reaxys
- 04 Jun 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has provided access to Reaxys, an online workflow solution for research chemists, for five Czech universities - the University of Pardubice, the Masaryk University, the Palacky University in Olomouc, the Tomas Bata University in Zlín and the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno.

The 5-year access agreement is supported by the European Structural Funds (ESF) through their Operational Framework Program for Research, Development and Innovation.

Reaxys is a unique workflow solution for researchers across all chemistry related domains. Researchers can get the information they need in a single overview, from source publications carefully selected for their importance and relevance to research chemists.

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Elsevier announces significant content expansion and improved user interface for Reaxys
- 09 Apr 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced a significant content expansion and an improved and enriched user interface for Reaxys, a unique chemistry workflow solution. With this interface and content update Reaxys now supports the entire chemistry workflow resulting in a faster and more efficient research process. Reaxys now encompasses over 16,000 periodicals and has coverage of over 30 million reactions and over 500 million experimentally measured data.

Designed by chemists for chemists, Reaxys enables researchers to advance quickly and confidently through their workflow in order to deliver superior outcomes.

Reaxys is a key pillar of Elsevier Life Science Solutions, a suite of interoperable, domain-specific, decision support tools which span the discovery and development workflow. Reaxys works with solutions including ScienceDirect, for immediate full-text access; Scopus, for in-depth bibliometric information; and PharmaPendium for a comprehensive view into FDA/EMA approved drugs

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IOP Publishing and Thomson Reuters partner to manage significant growth in scientific article submissions
- 01 Mar 2013

The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced that it is working with IOP Publishing, part of the Institute of Physics, to provide its Thomson Reuters ScholarOne solution for handling the Institute's substantial increase in article submissions.

IOP Publishing has undertaken a comprehensive review of its editorial provisions in the last year. The decision to integrate ScholarOne, the industry-leading, peer-review management solution for publishers, into its submission process is in line with the company's mission to provide the best possible publishing service to its authors, referees and publishing partners.

IOP Publishing will use ScholarOne to quickly bring its communities additional functionality, such as deep links for referees and authors and improved access for board members and editors.

ScholarOne Manuscripts, a suite of tools and services from ScholarOne, will assist IOP Publishing by allowing for a more flexible approach to resource management and providing a wider variety of management options of peer review for partner titles. The solution will be implemented on a journal-by-journal basis throughout 2013.

ScholarOne Manuscripts is an innovative peer-review and online submission programme for scholarly publishers. It offers publishers the ability to balance the need for comprehensive information gathering with an author's desire to quickly submit an article. ScholarOne Manuscripts integrates manuscript invitation, submission, correspondence, reviewer management, reporting and user data management within one intuitive platform.

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Elsevier launches Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry as part of its suite of life science solutions
- 05 Feb 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the launch of Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry. It offers medicinal chemists access to comprehensive, referenced and well-structured data to enhance the compound selection process across discovery and pre-clinical stages in drug research and development. Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry will significantly improve the efficiency and productivity of researchers engaged in the process of designing compounds and optimising their compatibility with one or more targets in order to successfully treat a disease.

Medicinal chemists develop strategies to find new drugs and to improve not only the efficacy of compounds but also selectivity, ADME properties and safety end-points. To support these strategies, medicinal chemists need to have access to up to date, well organised and high quality experimental data on druggable targets, pharmacological effects, biological data points, and ADME properties associated with chemical compounds.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry sources its data from a vast repository of peer-reviewed journal articles, patents and regulatory information, encompassing millions of compounds and associated biological data linked to thousands of druggable proteins. It brings this information together into a single, easily searchable solution that gives pharmaceutical companies access to comparative data.

Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry can be used in conjunction with Elsevier's suite of life science products; including Reaxys, the leading chemistry discovery engine, and PharmaPendium, which focuses on regulatory approvals and drug safety. This solution effectively brings together lead identification, confirmation and drug repurposing.

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Elsevier collaborates with Roche to integrate proprietary Chemistry data in Reaxys
- 02 Oct 2012

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the integration of Roche propriety reaction information within Reaxys, which will run on Roche’s infrastructure and inside the Roche firewall to provide high performance and security.

Roche chemistry information will now be securely searchable and discoverable by Roche scientists through the Reaxys user interface. The incorporation and discoverability of Roche proprietary information in Reaxys is anticipated to significantly improve Roche scientists’ productivity.

With this development Roche researchers will be able to launch a single search in Reaxys across integrated internal data and experimental data published in journals and patents, with results unified and organised in a context directly relevant to the researcher workflow. The announcement comes after many months of collaboration between teams from Roche and Reaxys.

Reaxys is a workflow solution for research chemists. Offering a wealth of experimentally validated information, Reaxys combines reaction and substance data in organic, organometallic, inorganic and physical chemistry with synthesis planning. Researchers can get the information they need in a single overview, from source publications carefully selected for their importance and relevance to research chemists.

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Elsevier announces new premium version of Reaxys for research intensive institutions
- 31 Jan 2012

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the launch of Reaxys Xcelerate, a premium version of Reaxys developed in close consultation with research intensive organisations. Reaxys Xcelerate further extends the capabilities of Reaxys, a workflow solution that provides extensive information on chemical compounds and reactions.

Reaxys Xcelerate has been designed to streamline research intensive chemistry workflows for synthetic chemists who need to view and analyze numerous potential retrosynthetic pathways; Chemistry researchers who need to compare and contrast multiple datasets; and global teams and diverse research groups who need to share information across labs and geographies.

Synthetic chemists can get immediate, automated, multiple synthetic plans, complete with access to the necessary background data, ensuring they can make informed decisions about the most effective routes to take to the lab.

Chemistry researchers utilise Reaxys Xcelerate's intelligent results visualisation, reducing data analysis complexity. Context sensitive graphical overviews and the ability to cluster results for maximum relevance enables immediate insights, which speeds up the analysis process.

Global teams and diverse research groups can use enhanced information exchange capabilities. Researchers can pinpoint the exact area of interest, annotate with further insights or instructions and share instantly with colleagues for more effective teamwork.

Reaxys and Reaxys Xcelerate follow the same agile development process, ensuring that the two versions continue to deliver the relevant content and insights needed by research chemists.

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Thomson Reuters releases Version 3.13 of ScholarOne Abstracts
- 12 Aug 2011

Business information provider Thomson Reuters, US, has announced the release of ScholarOne Abstracts version 3.13. This is the latest update to the comprehensive workflow management system for scholarly conferences.

The latest version of ScholarOne Abstracts features a redesign of the Itinerary Planner tool, including a new mobile application to give meeting attendees planning tools on the go. The Itinerary Planner tool, traditionally used by societies to share their content and by meeting attendees to schedule sessions and organise their conference details, now offers new features such as collapsible tables, customised presentation proofs and a simplified search option. The tool's redesign makes it easy for meeting planners to find, view, edit and share all of the information they need, and to extend these benefits to attendees.

Also included in the enhanced Itinerary Planner is MyItinerary, the new mobile application for ScholarOne Abstracts that allows meeting attendees to manage their personal itineraries using their mobile devices. MyItinerary maximises the use of meeting content and furthers on-site engagement by replacing traditional bulky conference guidebooks with a streamlined application available for use on most smartphones. Meeting attendees can browse conference sessions and presentations and add them to their itinerary while viewing other important conference details like venue maps and agendas.

ScholarOne Abstracts version 3.13 has also been updated to support additional browsers and operating systems. The list has been expanded in response to changes in the types of systems in use across the industry.

ScholarOne Abstracts claims to be the industry's foremost technology for abstract management, enabling an efficient workflow solution that accelerates abstract acceptance and supports the leading research presentations at scholarly meetings and conferences. It is part of the ScholarOne series of workflow solutions for the submission and review of manuscripts, abstracts, proceedings, books, grants and awards, and production.

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Japan Science and Technology Agency selects Thomson Reuters’ ScholarOne Manuscripts for 64 journals
- 08 Jun 2011

Business information provider Thomson Reuters, US, has announced that the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) has selected ScholarOne Manuscripts as a peer review workflow management system for its 64 journals.

JST reviewed multiple solutions and selected two preferred systems when it upgraded its internal system Japanese Science and Technology Information Aggregator, Electronic (J-STAGE) from J-STAGE2, a proprietary system, to J-STAGE3. ScholarOne Manuscripts was selected as a customised sub-system for integration to J-STAGE3 because of its easy to use interface and its familiarity among Japanese researchers, who are currently using it for their submissions to other leading journals worldwide.

J-STAGE is maintained by JST incorporated administrative agency to enable scholarly journals from Japanese societies to be transformed into online journals to support their information distribution. These online journals are accessible to researchers from any part of the world and the published manuscripts are cross-linked to various online journal sites overseas such as ChemPort, PubMed and CrossRef.

ScholarOne Manuscripts is a web-based peer review and submission application for scholarly publishers. It automates the manuscript submission process, allowing for easy administration, editing and review of manuscripts, abstracts, proceedings, books, grants and awards and production.

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Wiley-Blackwell appoints Kyorinsha to provide ScholarOne service to society journals in Japan
- 30 Nov 2010

Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., US, recently signed an agreement with Kyorinsha Co., Ltd. to provide support and maintenance to Wiley-Blackwell society journals in Japan that are managed in the ScholarOne Manuscripts system.

ScholarOne Manuscripts, a business of Thomson Reuters, provides comprehensive workflow management systems for scholarly journals, books, and conferences, by using Web-based applications to manage the submission, peer review, and publication processes more efficiently. Kyorinsha supports a version of the industry-leading system, which offers a Japanese-language interface paired with the full support capabilities from ScholarOne.

Under the new partnership, Wiley-Blackwell appoints Kyorinsha to provide service for ScholarOne Manuscripts to journals where editorial offices are not housed within the Wiley Tokyo office. Wiley-Blackwell currently publishes 51 society journals in Japan in the sciences and social sciences, and encourages its society partners to use ScholarOne Manuscripts for editorial office peer-review management.

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