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Is Space Exploration Worth It? Mendeley Debate at the Cambridge Union Society
Mendeley is sponsoring another thought-provoking debate at the Cambridge Union Society on February 5th, 2015. Scientists and charity experts will come together to place the necessity of space exploration in the context of other pressing global issues, with the motion being put forward is “This House Believes that Space Exploration is Worth the Cost”. As […]

  Thirsty for Science: Mendeley teams up with Pint of Science
Some of the best scientific discoveries have occurred over a pint. The Eagle in Cambridge is famous for Watson and Crick’s custom, while an unnamed Mendeley Advisor has confessed to me that some of his best scientific collaborations and discussions occur during his institute’s weekly “beer hour.” So what better way to discuss and learn […]

  Mendeley Desktop 1.13 Released – Faster Sync & Catalog Import
Mendeley Desktop 1.13 is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux. This update has largely been about under-the-hood work on sync functionality to make it faster and enable you to access it across a wider range of platforms. Coming soon, you’ll be able to access your Mendeley library from our upcoming new web and Android apps, plus […]

  KinSync – Getting documents from Mendeley to your Kindle with no wires and no fuss
Q&A with Aaron Asaro, KinSync Founder  So, in a nutshell, what is KinSync? KinSync is a webapp, built on top of the Mendeley API, which automatically sends documents from your Mendeley account to your Kindle e-reader. It aims to “Get documents from your Mendeley account to your Kindle. No wires. No fuss.” How was the […]

  Back to the Future with Mendeley
We were so inspired by Josh Emerson’s Back to the Future look at internet history, we wanted to do one of our own! We had quite a productive 2014, but it is nothing compared to what is in the works for 2015. Some of it we can reveal to you now — but stay tuned […]

  Newsflo brings new impact metrics to Mendeley
Some exciting news has just come through, in that Elsevier has acquired Newsflo, an innovative service that helps academic institutions keep track of all their media coverage and social media mentions, boosting the visibility of researchers and their work. Whereas traditionally academia has been very insular in the way they measured impact of its research […]

  Back to the Future in websites
Happy New Year!  I don’t know about you, but a majority of my (admittedly, very Gen-Y) Facebook friends posted some reference to Back to the Future on New Year’s Day.   So we are taking this New Year’s opportunity to share with you an article written by Josh Emerson, a front end developer on our Mendeley […]

  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 […]