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EBSCO Publishing has made available an enhanced search experience for DynaMed. The DynaMed resource is now said to be more efficient and easy-to-use.

Thomson Scientific, ScholarOne and Blackwell Publishing have announced a collaboration to provide authors, editors and reviewers with tools to enhance the manuscript review process.

Atypon has upgraded its Atypon Link platform and enhanced the functionality to assist publishers to manage their subscriptions and user accounts.

Springer has acquired Obesity Surgery, the official journal of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity, from FD-Communications.

Sage Publications has acquired two journals from Prime National Publishing Corporation: American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias.

Thomson Pharma, the drug discovery and development information solution, has been enhanced with a new module that provides regulatory, legal and scientific information for development and registration of medicinal products and biologics.

ScienceDirect plans to release a series of new, user-driven features over the next two years, which are expected to improve researcher productivity by making full-text content quicker and easier to access.

More than 400,000 US government-sponsored research reports distributed by NTIS are now available through the Dialog online service. The reports cover categories including aerospace, energy, environment and health and safety.

Innovative Interfaces is developing a unified search-and-access tool called Encore, planned for general release in mid-2007. This discovery-services platform uses Web 2.0 technologies and builds on the company’s Millennium integrated-library technology

Emerald Group Publishing is launching a new web portal for engineers and is offering free access to the full content on the Emerald Engineering web portal until September 2006.

RefWorks can now organise RSS feeds from multiple sources. This allows users to establish links to favourite RSS feeds and import data from those feeds directly into RefWorks.

Findica's Fealth.com has unveiled a comprehensive health search engine. Fealth.com search results are said to provide relevant and reliable health information from the vast amount of information available on the internet.

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