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New findings forecast global pharma sales to reach $1.3 trillion by 2018 -

The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters has announced the release of the 2015 CMR Pharmaceutical R&D Factbook, the biopharmaceutical industry's leading resource of global R&D trends. Despite concerns around declines in R&D, the analysis identifies a surge in global sales with 2014's $1… Read More

De Gruyter and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry to launch Chemistry Standards Database -

Available starting in 2016, the IUPAC Standards Online database will make standards and recommendations in the field of chemistry quickly and easily accessible to internet users. Academic publisher De Gruyter is developing the database together with the International Union of Pure and… Read More

SPIE in deal with ReadCube to increase use of SPIE publications -

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, has announced an agreement with publishing technology company ReadCube to enable researchers to find and use SPIE content to which they have access via ReadCube Discover. Used by more than 8 million researchers… Read More

New privacy guidelines encourage libraries and vendors to work together to protect reader privacy -

On June 29, 2015, the American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Committee approved a new document, 'Library Privacy Guidelines for E-book Lending and Digital Content Vendors.' The document, which outlines best practices for vendors to follow to protect the privacy of library users, is intended to encourage… Read More

Digital Science appoints Simon Porter as VP Academic Relationships and Knowledge Architecture -

Digital Science, a technology company that invests in and incubates technology companies serving the needs of scientific and research communities, has announced the appointment of Simon Porter to the role of VP Academic Relationships and Knowledge Architecture. Porter joins Digital Science's Research Metrics team from the… Read More

Minnesota-based Bridge Consortium adopts Ex Libris Alma and Primo -

Library automation solutions provider Ex Libris Group® has announced that the Minnesota-based Bridge Consortium, consisting of St. Olaf College and Carleton College, has selected Ex Libris Alma® for resource management and Ex Libris Primo® for resource discovery and delivery. The Bridge Consortium is migrating from an… Read More

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