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The Elsevier Research Selection (ERS) is a bi-weekly newsletter for (science) journalists to receive updates about recently published research. The newsletter includes a selection of topical research articles which have just appeared online on ScienceDirect. Through free media access to ScienceDirect, journalists can click through to full articles. Papers included cover research which will appeal to the general public, such as health, food, psychology, environment and sport. Every so often, the newsletter is focused on a specific theme.
Free Access for Journalists
Elsevier provides science journalists with free media access to a range of its tools and databases to help them get the information they need to inform and educate the public about science in the broadest sense. If you are a credentialed journalist and would like free media access to any of the platforms listed below, email us.
ScienceDirect is Elsevier’s leading platform offering the full-text scientific, technical and medical content of over 14 million publications from nearly 3,800 journals and more than 35,000 books from Elsevier, our imprints and our society partners: a quarter of the world’s published academic content. Many articles contain interactive elements such as audio, video, graphs, tables and images, as well as contextual information from external subject-specific datasets. ScienceDirect also covers pre-published articles and open access content from Elsevier journals.
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer reviewed literature covering science, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts & humanities. It gives you access to more than 61 million scientific documents, published as far back as 1823, across 21,000 titles from over 5,000 publishers around the world. As a journalist you can easily search for research by keyword, subject area, researcher or journal, through integrated analytical tools. Scopus can also help you discover trending topics and subject matter experts in fields of interest.
SciVal allows you to visualize and track research performance at both an institutional and country level based on data from 7,500 research institutions and 220 countries worldwide gathered from than 38 million publication records from 21,912 journals of 5,000 publishers (data from Scopus). Using advanced data analytics super-computer technology, SciVal allows you to instantly process an enormous amount of data to generate powerful data visualizations of research productivity both in terms of output and impact.
Mendeley is a reference manager and academic social network with millions of users within the science and research community worldwide. There are thousands of public groups on Mendeley which you can follow and you can join discussions to find out the latest research trends. In addition, you can contact scientists individually to follow how their work develops. By setting up a profile, you can add links to all your articles and publications, professional affiliation, and research areas of interest. Mendeley's suite of free, cloud-based tools lets you discover and organize content anywhere, on any device.
ClinicalKey is Elsevier's key medical search engine and database designed primarily for clinicians. It covers the largest collection of published medical resources in every medical and surgical specialty and includes all Elsevier medical and surgical published content, Medline abstracts, plus videos, images, procedures and drug references and trials. Medical and healthcare journalists can use ClinicalKey to find backgrounds to diagnoses and medical conditions and discover the latest research on diseases and treatments.
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