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Researchers, clinicians, educators and students gain new sources of up-to-date, trustworthy reference content


The rise and fall of alcohol-related mortality in Scotland is partly due to changes in affordability, according to reports published in Public Health


SSRN will be further developed with Mendeley, Elsevier’s scholarly collaboration network, to provide users with leading content, data linking, enhanced metrics and researcher workflow tools, while Mendeley accelerates its social community strategy.


"Resource Center Zika Virus" from Elsevier provides the latest scientific evidence-based information to those affected by or interested in the virus



Corporate Social ResponsibilityElsevier Attains EDGE Assess Certification for Gender EqualityApr 5, 2016

Reinforces commitment to maximizing talent, innovation and becoming a lead technology employer in gender equity



Corporate Social ResponsibilityElsevier Supports Findacure to Address Rare Disease ChallengeFeb 29, 2016

Working with UK charity to offer informatics expertise in drug repurposing programme for rare diseases


Free online resource centers provide the latest medical and scientific information and research on the Zika virus


Early-career researchers from Indonesia, Nepal, Peru, Uganda and Yemen honored for their life-enhancing work in health and nutrition



Nominations for excellence in research in the field of biological sciences are accepted through September 1, 2015


Talented Nigerian, Sudanese and Vietnamese scientists honored at AAAS Annual Meeting



Corporate Social ResponsibilityElsevier Foundation Announces its 2015 Grant RecipientsDec 4, 2014

$600,000 awarded to projects for the Elsevier Foundation's Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries and New Scholars Programs



Research excellence nominations for women mathematicians and physicists accepted through October 17, 2014


June 17 deadline for one-page applications promoting gender equality in academia and capacity building in developing world libraries