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Elsevier Research Selection
The Elsevier Research Selection is an e-newsletter developed by the Elsevier Newsroom for (science) journalists. It is sent out every two weeks, and spotlights interesting, topical research articles which have just appeared online on ScienceDirect, the world's largest repository of scientific full text information.
Articles included in the Elsevier Research Selection are available to credentialed journalists through a free media code to ScienceDirect.