Researcher story: Sumita Mitra

To stay current and well-informed on new developments in their field, researchers now spend more than 10 hours each week collecting and analyzing information.

Watch Sumita’s story to see how one scientist used reference books to stay up to date and stimulate key turning points in her research. The books were invaluable to Sumita for their historical perspective. But they also presented a valuable overview of new research – allowing her to quickly acquaint herself with a field she knew little about: nanotechnology.

Contact your Elsevier Sales manager to request more information on how researchers like Sumita increasingly rely on reference books to help guide their research and propel it forward.

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Contributed by:

Carol Roden

Carol Roden, Senior Channel Manager, ScienceDirect Books
STM content marketer at Elsevier for global web platform ScienceDirect, where we curate and disseminate science content from the world, for the world.