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SLA forms new professional interest division for taxonomy professionals -

The Special Libraries Association (SLA), a non-profit organisation, has announced the formation of a new professional interest division that will focus on issues related to planning, creating, maintaining and using taxonomies, thesauri, ontologies, authority files, and other controlled vocabularies and information structures. The Taxonomy Division of… Read More

SAE International launches e-books for engineers -

The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International, US, has announced the launch of e-books to enable users to stay up-to-date on mobility engineering technology. The SAE online bookstore now offers a variety of titles in electronic format, including new releases, best-sellers and out-of-print titles. Customers can… Read More

Springer and The Endocrine Society sign publishing agreement -

STM publisher Springer, Germany, has signed an agreement with The Endocrine Society to co-publish a new journal, Hormones & Cancer, starting in January 2010. Jonathan Li of the Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutics at Kansas University School of Medicine will serve as the Editor-in chief… Read More

EBSCO unveils enhanced Overlap Analysis tool with A-to-Z service for librarians -

Journal subscription services provider EBSCO, US, has announced that its EBSCO A-to-Z (A-to-Z) service now offers enhancements to the Overlap Analysis reporting functionality. The new features are expected to provide librarians with essential tools for comparing coverage overlap in library e-collections. EBSCO A-to-Z is a web-based… Read More

Future Science Group unveils Biotechnology Collection -

Publisher Future Science Group, UK, has announced the availability of the Biotechhnology Collection that seeks to provide a forum for commentary and analysis of the rapidly expanding wealth of information in the biotechnology industry. Titles in the collection include Biomarkers in Medicine, Immunotherapy, Nanomedicine, Personalised Medicine,… Read More

Ovid expands its Shibboleth compliance to include the Japanese Federation -

Ovid, part of Wolters Kluwer Health, US, has announced that it has expanded its Shibboleth compliance for OvidSP, its market-leading search and discovery platform, to include the Japanese Shibboleth Federation. Now, institutions in Japan that are part of that country’s Shibboleth Federation can establish authorisation rights… Read More

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