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Study reveals changes in the regions of the brain connected to pain and posture processing


Report finds US and China lead cancer research output globally, with China more than doubling its output over the past decadeFree access to key studies, other data and this report available on new online Cancer Moonshot Resource Center


The Elsevier Foundation provides a three-year $300,000 grant to MSF/Epicentre’s Niger Research Center


Nine winners of the 2016 NASI-Scopus Young Scientist Awards join 82 past recipients in the awards’ roll of honor


U.K.-Sino alliance to develop China's publishing industry in support of science and technology advancement


Nominations for excellence in research in the field of engineering, innovation and technology accepted through September 1, 2016


Call for sustainable chemistry solutions to tackle challenges in developing countries


PaperHive will enable users to access, share and annotate content from Elsevier’s ScienceDirect database


Integration with Elsevier’s Research Data Management portfolio helps researchers prepare, conduct and analyze experiments, methods, and protocols in one place, saving them valuable time


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


Cooperative venture to explore early detection of research integrity issues and to develop tools for Text & Data Mining



Corporate Social ResponsibilityElsevier Attains EDGE Assess Certification for Gender Equality05-Apr-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 Challenge29-Feb-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