VTLS has announced that Version 48 of its Virtua product supports Oracle XE, Oracle's free starter edition of its database software.
Emerald Group Publishing has launched Emerald Management Xtra for Deans and Directors. This suite of online resources is designed to support senior managers and administrators in management education.
Research dating back to 1849 is now available online in the Oxford Journals Digital Archive. The collection provides access to all content for nearly 140 journals and comprise over three million article pages.
Swets Information Services has released the 4.2 version of SwetsWise, its web-based, modular service for the procurement, access and management of subscriptions and online information.
Engineering Information (Ei) has introduced Ei Patents to the Engineering Village 2 research and discovery platform, providing users with intelligence by using search functions and analytical tools alongside patents and databases of scientific literature.
Inderscience Publishers has added four new titles to its portfolio, which will bring its total to 200 journals.
SAGE Publications and Alexander Street Press are working together to create a new database, Primary Sources in Counseling and Psychology, 1950 to Present.
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.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has linked its freely available PubChem database of small molecule data with the Compound Index on Elsevier MDL's DiscoveryGate platform.
A number of features have been added to the EBSCOhost interface which should provide database users with a more efficient and enjoyable search experience.
Ovid Technologies has expanded its partnership with Blackwell Publishing. Under the agreement, Ovid will add more than 60 of the publisher's medical and nursing journals to its electronic content delivery platform, Journals@Ovid.
Elsevier has launched a drug tracking and analysis database. Inteleos contains over 8,000 drugs and 1,200 pharmaceutical and biotech companies.