If you’ve paid a recent visit to Taylor & Francis Online you’ll have noticed a very different look and feel for the published articles you’re reading.
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CABI has launched a horticultural science internet resource covering tropical, subtropical and temperate crops and regions
RCNi Learning is a brand new interactive online learning resource designed to help nursing students prepare for clinical practice. It consists of 135 modules (which will grow to 185 next month), covering 43 topics including communication, cancer, acute care, wound care, mental health and many more.
Global Health and CAB Abstracts, both produced by CABI, are two of the world's most definitive bibliographic scientific research databases covering the fields of agriculture, environmental sciences and public health.
NPJ Clean Water, a new open access research journal dedicated to solving the global challenge of ensuring clean water supplies, will be published by Nature Publishing Group in partnership with King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Elsevier has launched the next version of Pathway Studio Web, which it says will enable researchers to more quickly understand the underlying biology of disease
EBSCO Information Services has introduced an information resource for researchers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries
Elsevier has announced the launch of a new module in PharmaPendium, its database of drug approval documents and extracted data to inform critical drug development decisions
Elsevier has announced that the London university UCL has subscribed to PharmaPendium, part of Elsevier's R&D Solutions for Pharma and Life Sciences
Danny Kingsley, deputy director at Cambridge University Library, looks back at her early days at Australian National University – and forward to the many challenges facing librarians