Thomson Scientific predicts Nobel Laureates

14 September 2007

Based on total citations to their works, US-based Thomson Scientific has pinpointed researchers most likely to win a 2007 Nobel Prize

Knovel and ASTM seal online publication deal

13 September 2007

Knovel adds publications from ASTM International to its online technical reference collection

US universities pioneer electronic publishing

12 September 2007

North American universities are leading the world on electronic publishing and open access while European counterparts play catch up, indicates the latest Webometrics survey

Google gets personal with libraries

11 September 2007

Internet search provider, Google, has added a new feature to its 'Books Search' that allows users to build their own digital libraries

Mayo Clinic teams with Collexis to uncover database secrets

11 September 2007

US software developer, Collexis, is to pilot its semantic profiling system with Mayo Clinic Libraries, US, in a bid to mine hidden knowledge from existing databases

European libraries drive digital repositories forward

06 September 2007

A collaboration between the European Association of Research Libraries and the European Digital Repository Research Infrastructure aims to promote open access across Europe

International archives select UK preservation technology

06 September 2007

The British Library and the National Archives of Malaysia have chosen UK archiving technology to combat digital preservation problems

Canada Institutes champion open access

05 September 2007

A new policy from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research aims to promote public access to its funded research

YBP Library Services and Ebrary seal 'eBook' deal

04 September 2007

YBP Library Services and Ebrary have teamed up to provide electronic books through YBP's online database

Australian library bags cash from Bill Gates

03 September 2007

Remote Australian library wins $1 million from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Microsoft, for providing technology to indigenous communities

EBSCO buys Sage indexes

30 August 2007

EBSCO Publishing has bought ten social science print indexes from Sage with a view to publishing online

Open access community condemns PRISM

30 August 2007

Open access proponents launch scathing attack on the Partnership for Research Integrity in Science and Medicine, describing it as an 'anti-open access lobbying organisation'