Press Releases

Nstein Technologies, which offers text mining and multilingual information access solutions, has launched the Ntelligent Content Management Suite (NCM), a content management and semantic analysis solution for the e-publishing industry.

Taylor & Francis has introduced an ‘iOpenAccess’ option for authors publishing in journals from T&F’s chemistry, mathematics and physics portfolios, a behavioural science journal from Psychology Press, and several journals from Informa Healthcare.

Serials Solutions has launched a new results clustering feature for its Central Search federated search service. Researchers can now quickly identify the resources relevant to their areas of interest.

Scopus has launched two new features: PatentCites allows users to track how primary research is practically applied in patents; and WebCites will help Scopus users to track the influence of peer-reviewed research on web literature.

The complete archive of the Royal Society journals, including some of the most significant scientific papers published since 1665, has been launched.

Ovid Technologies will offer the Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) Journal Legacy Archive on Journals@Ovid, one of the world’s largest single-database aggregations of searchable peer-reviewed journals.

Text analytics provider TEMIS has introduced the first industry-specific edition of its recently launched information intelligence solution, Luxid. The first industry targeted is life sciences.

Wiley-VCH will launch Proteomics – Clinical Applications (PCA), a new journal intended to cover information in the field of applying proteomics to the study of human disease and translation to the clinic.

Springer is launching the Journal of Robotic Surgery. This new journal is expected to be the first to focus exclusively on emerging robotic applications in surgery.

Unbound Medicine and the BMJ Publishing Group have released an upgraded BMJ Clinical Evidence for mobile devices.