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Scopus Article Metrics offer a detailed overview of how your article is performing
New Scopus Article Metrics provide a detailed overview of how each article is performing
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At Elsevier’s 2nd Berlin Translational Dialogue November 8th, scientists from academia, biotech and government will discuss new advances in RNA-based technologies
Institutions and researchers continue to benefit from increasing value and the technology that enables open science
A snapshot of global research in support of the 2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
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