Features

01 July 2005

Meeting the needs of society publishing

01 July 2005

From digitising the past to capturing full-text for the future

01 July 2005

Advancing science and healthcare: a shared goal

01 July 2005

Subscription agents continue to work to ensure electronic publishing efficiency

01 July 2005

FIZ AutoDoc - a web-based full-text broker service

01 July 2005

Committed to providing a quality service for scientists

01 July 2005

E-content access and management services evolve

01 July 2005

Nature Publishing Group is building upon a strong foundation

01 July 2005

Preserving and improving access to our journal archives, current content, and research services

01 July 2005

eResource management begins with Ovid SearchSolver

01 July 2005

Scientific heritage and high-tech service come together on the Web

01 May 2005

The internet has already shaken up the traditional way that information is found and viewed but far more radical changes are possible with the way that research is published. John Smith, a librarian at the UK's University of Kent, argues the case for a completely new model

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