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New solution integrates curated data from Pivot-RP to the Web of Science and offers an expanded view of the funding landscape.

Posted 06 February 2024

Cactus Communications has partnered with Elsevier to make over 19 million research article abstracts available on R Discovery. This collaboration will allow the global research community to access all of Elsevier's high-quality content in one place.

Posted 06 February 2024

December was a busy month for Taylor & Francis. On 4 December, it announced it was adding publisher Future Science Group to its portfolio and on 15 December that it would offer streamlined access to cited articles by integrating with GetFTR (Get Full Text Research).

Posted 02 January 2024

The world is now embroiled in intense discussions about ChatGPT. Canadian librarian Bill Badke adds his comments, from a library, information literacy and educator perspective. He looks at unproductive approaches to students' use of AI tools, worries about the future of research projects in academia and notes how AI-generated text could benefit international students.

Posted 02 January 2024

Sage Policy Profiles, which is free to use, demonstrates the influence of research on global policymaking through a discovery process. Results can be viewed and exported in several visual formats and shared.

Posted 02 January 2024

Enhanced Publications integrates multimedia assets with select journals, augmenting the learning experience

Posted 02 January 2024

This latest strategic collaboration with Dimensions—it already has an integration with EndNote—increases the discoverability of research seminars and further connects them to the scholarly ecosystem.

Posted 02 January 2024

The strategy update coincides with generative AI enhancements to its flagship product, Westlaw Precision

Posted 05 December 2023

The acquisition of scite further enhances Research Solutions' product offerings and provides cross-selling opportunities to scite's consistently growing B2C customer base of approximately 21,000 active subscribers, as well as its diverse B2B customer base of corporate entities, leading academic institutions, and government agencies.

Posted 05 December 2023

For the first time ever, the same person received both of these prestigious awards by the UK electronic information Group (UKeiG)

Posted 05 December 2023

Beth Rudden delivered an inspiring keynote talk about moving responsible AI forward in our communities at Internet Librarian Connect (ILC), the virtual conference held 16-19 October, 2023. She concentrated on describing the AI revolution, giving a practical guide to AI experimentation, and stressing the need for librarians to be courageous stewards.

Posted 07 November 2023

The agreement means Crossref and Retraction Watch will combine to publicly distribute data about tens of thousands of retracted research papers and grow the service together. It also provides sustainability to Retraction Watch's work. 

Posted 03 October 2023

Initially very excited about ChatGPT, it didn't take long before some of the flaws in the program became evident to Phil Bradley. Consequently, what had looked like a very useful and powerful tool was quickly becoming nothing more than an idiot savant. Phil then found some plugins that are really helpful.

Posted 05 September 2023

Responding to growing call for regulation of AI technologies, Anthropic, Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI formed the Frontier Model Forum 

Posted 01 August 2023

Discovery and access to over 5.5 million global dissertations and theses added to Web of Science

Posted 01 August 2023

Despite his many years in the information industry, following technological advances from CD-ROMs to the early years of the internet, the dot com boom, and the development of social media tools, Phil Bradley admits he has have never seen anything like the explosion of AI based tools, and the opportunities that they are bringing us.

Posted 04 July 2023

System Pro is a new AI-powered search engine designed to be the most trustworthy, transparent way for researchers and doctors to quickly find, synthesize and contextualize scientific literature 

Posted 06 June 2023

New tools gather, analyze, compare and deliver insights from more than 140 million trademark records and more than 6.2 million trademark office and court decisions.

Posted 06 June 2023

Librarians' skill sets align perfectly with the job requirements for prompt engineering

Posted 06 June 2023

Recognizing that some papers can have hundreds, and in rare cases, thousands of authors, PubMed is now streamlining the display of lengthy author lists in search results.

Posted 04 April 2023

The acquisition further enhances PatentSight, LexisNexis flagship IP analytics solution.

Posted 07 March 2023

Searching the web may seem simple for the average user: Just type in some keywords, and the search engine of your choice, often Google, will present you with the most relevant results. However, new search engines challenging that paradigm present interesting alternatives for information professionals.

Posted 07 March 2023

In the "Patents4Science" project, four Leibniz institutes joined forces to build an information infrastructure for the easy use of patent knowledge in science.

Posted 03 January 2023

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm and excited the imaginations of its millions of users, who find innovative applications from which ChatGPT learns. Educators and librarians worry that text generated by ChatGPT and similar programs will encourage plagiarism and make it more difficult to detect.

Posted 03 January 2023

This massive open dataset now brings the entirety of the Archive's international television news holdings to selections from 98 channels across 50 countries and territories, in 35 languages and dialects, spanning 20 years of content.

Posted 04 October 2022

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