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

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… Read More

Laerdal Medical and Wolters Kluwer Health partnership integrates EHR Tools and Health Curriculum with Simulated Learning -

Healthcare information provider Wolters Kluwer Health (WK Health), US, and Laerdal Medical have announced a product and distribution alliance. The 'Learning for Saving Lives' alliance will initially target undergraduate programmes of nursing, medicine and the health professions, and will seamlessly integrate curriculum offerings from Lippincott Williams… Read More

Nature Publishing Group launches online calendar of global scientific events -

Scientific publisher Nature Publishing Group (NPG), UK, has launched an expanded online calendar of global scientific events. The calendar provides users with a new way to search for science events, which can also be personalised and synced to a personal online or mobile calendar. The calendar… Read More

McGraw-Hill announces enhancements to engineering platform AccessEngineering -

Scientific and medical information resources provider McGraw-Hill Professional, US, has announced enhancements to AccessEngineering platform, featuring technological and user interface improvements. Redesigned to meet the needs of engineering professionals, students and faculty, the online reference features a completely new user interface. The aim is to… Read More

American Society of Plant Biologists not for Research Works Act -

The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) has stated that it does not endorse the Research Works Act (RWA; H.R. 3699), which was introduced into the US Congress late last year. If the RWA were to become law, it would essentially repeal the National Institutes of… Read More

Faculty of 1000 launches OA publishing programme, F1000 Research -

Article evaluation services provider Faculty of 1000 (F1000), UK, has announced the launch of F1000 Research, a new fully open access (OA) publishing programme across biology and medicine. Scheduled for launch later this year, F1000 Research is intended to address the major issues afflicting scientific publishing… Read More

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