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Egyptian researchers get Web of Knowledge

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The Egyptian University Libraries (EUL) consortium has signed a multi-year contract for researcher access to the ISI Web of Knowledge research platform from Thomson Reuters.

Web of Science, the multidisciplinary bibliographic resource within ISI Web of Knowledge, gives EUL members access to nearly 11,000 of the most prestigious research journals from around the world. EUL also now offers its researchers other key components of ISI Web of Knowledge, including Journal Citation Reports - a systemic, objective way to evaluate, categorize and compare the world's leading scholarly journals; and MEDLINE - a premier bibliographic database that indexes life sciences records from 1950 to the present.