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Helping PhD Students To Be More Productive With Mendeley; win a four-year collaboration plan
The PhD time of a researcher’s life may be one of the most trying times; you work long hours for little pay, but at the end of the tunnel is the satisfaction of a thesis and good work done. But it can sometimes be hard to stay motivated throughout. Mendeley is teaming up with Next […]
Congratulations November Advisor of the Month — Yangki Suara!
Congratulations and Thank you to Yangki Suara! Yangki is a researcher at the Center for Economics and Development Studies, Padjadjaran University (CEDS UNPAD). His research interest include environmental economics, international development and poverty especially in emerging countries. The main reason why he works in research sector because it allows him to keep learning about different […]
Meet the Desktop Team!
It’s hard not to throw too many bouquets at our Desktop Team. The Mendeley Desktop is at the heart of Mendeley as a referencing tool, the first thing you download after signing up to use Mendeley. The Desktop team is always hard at work iterating and improving the Desktop App — you can always read […]
The Future of Science: 15 science & research startups selected to present at LeWeb
The 15 science start-ups competing through the Axon@LeWeb, the latest project from Elsevier’s VP of Strategy and Mendeley Co-founder and CEO Victor Henning , were announced. The start-ups include some Mendeley collaborators, such as WriteLaTeX, Shazino and LabFolder, and we’re excited to see how they are changing the way we do research. Missed the deadline or not shortlisted? […]
Mendeley and writeLaTeX integration is here!
By Joyce Stack, API Developer Outreach Back in July I stumbled across writeLaTeX after a ‘tweet archaeology’ exercise where I found this old tweet, which mentioned integrating with Mendeley. So I promptly got in touch with the folks at writeLaTeX and we collaborated together to make it possible to import Mendeley bibliography into their writeLaTeX projects. WriteLaTeX “is an […]
Inspiring Women in Technology
By: Paula Clerkin, 3rd year CS with AI student at the University of Nottingham As a third and final year, I am having to come to terms with the end of my time at university. It’s pretty daunting thinking about leaving this lovely bubble of support and finding a proper job in the real world. […]
Science Startups meet at Le Web 2014
Since becoming Elsevier’s VP of Strategy, Mendeley Co-founder and CEO Victor Henning has been up to a lot of exciting stuff. Here he tells us a bit about his latest project, Axon, which is stirring things up by bringing together the best and brightest new startups in the fields of Science and Research at Le […]
Is Crowdfunding a Good Option for Your Research?
By: Nick Dragojlovic, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of British Columbia Picture this… It’s 8am. You take your first sip of coffee, ready to start your day. You check your email and… You find out your latest grant application didn’t get funded. Bummer. You give it a couple of days to get over the […]
Midwest Scholars Conference
Mendeley loves our Advisors and recently one of our Advisors, Chris Devers hosted a session at the Midwest Scholars Conference. He tells us about his session in today’s Guest Blog Post: Recently, Mendeley sponsored the Midwest Scholars Conference. At the conference, I provided a seminar that demonstrated some of Mendeley’s advanced features. During the seminar, participants […]
Mendeley Debates At Cambridge : Do We Need A ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ ?
By: Gabriel Hughes, VP Web Analytics at Elsevier Images © Chris Williamson, courtesy of the Cambridge Union Society Should we have the right to require websites to ‘forget’ or ‘delete’ stories and posts about us which we find embarrassing or just don’t want other people to see? Should people be able to force search engines to […]