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Ability to search by phrases and key words instead of advanced queries simplifies research and access to reliable answers


Kazakhstani research community to benefit from access to Scopus and continued access to ScienceDirect



Science And TechnologyElsevier Publishes Five New Cancer Therapy Books 07-Apr-2014

New books featured at AACR Annual Meeting April 5-9 reflect trend toward personalized cancer treatment


CRC Press and CRCNetBASE content enrich Knovel’s diverse technical references for engineers and other researchers worldwide


Elsevier and MyScienceWork collaborate to enable users to access wealth of full text articles outside of ScienceDirect.


Scopus Cited References Expansion Program ensures cited references going back to 1970 will be added to pre-1996 Scopus content 



Science And TechnologyElsevier Publishes Five New Immunology Books 26-Mar-2014

New edition textbook Primer to the Immune Response Featured at the International Congress on Autoimmunity


App-based access to cloud-based library solution solves mobility challenges for Medical Affairs teams and Medical Science Liaisons



Science And TechnologyElsevier Publishes Five New Books on Toxicology24-Mar-2014

New book, Biomarkers in Toxicology by Dr. Ramesh Gupta, highlighted at SOT's ToxExpo in Phoenix this week


UK government, leading industrial, investor and academic speakers to review strategies to support the commercialisation of academic research at a new Elsevier conference "Research Commercialisation: From Ideas to IPO": 19-20 May 2014, London, UK www.idea2ipo-conference.com


Yaws' Critical Property Database for Chemical Engineers and Chemists now contains the largest compilation of correlations for chemical engineers online


Presentations to feature new STEM journals, open access, scholarly communications, promoting women scientists, and Reference Modules in chemistry 


2013 study throws light on India's performance as benchmarked against other research nations


More than 4,400 students worldwide participated


Grants facilitate efforts to provide clean water to communities in the Philippines and Cameroon